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We Dedicate to the Alumni . . .
Lelia G. Flannery
Secretary in the Office
-tor minds th.u are in retrospection of the good
of the past.
— tor hearts that love the Berea of here and n:
-for the faithful ambassadorship in representing
Berea in all parts of the world.
-and, for their unchanging interest, support and
encouragement in keeping the Berea they love in
// is an experience peculiar to the Class of '41: that our dean close
this chapter of his life and take leave of Berea along with us.
His years of service: We do not choose to extoll all this in his very
presence. We dare, rather, (with a term of time-proved respect)
to speak out a bit of sentiment: "Dean Tom, we're proud to have
been graduated by you."
FRANCIS S. HUTCHINS
T. A. Hendricks, Dean of the Upper Division
J. F. Allen, Dean of Upper Division Women
Agnes Aspnes, Home Economics
William J. Baird, Education
Lawrence Baker, Psychology
John S. Bangson, Biology
Mary Brooks, Home Economics
Wilbur G. Burroughs, Geology
Julian H. Capps, Chemistry
Margaret Chapin, French
Albert J. Chidester, Education
Lee F. Crippen, History and Political Science
Mary Ela, Art
Virginia Englc, Library Science
Rector Hardin, Political Science and Economics
J. W. Hatcher, Sociology
Alfred J. Henderson, History and Political Science
William R. Hutcherson, Mathematics
Malcolm H. Kerr, Agriculture
Charlotte P. Ludlum, Ancient Languages
Howard B. Monier, Agriculture
Waldemar Noll, Physics
E. Taylor Parks, History and Political Science
Charles E. Pauck, German
Charles S. Price, Agriculture
Elizabeth Richardson, French
W. Gordon Ross, Philosophy and Bible
Emily Ann Smith, English
May B. Smith, English
F. A. Stewart, Agriculture
William L. Tayler, History and Political Science
Eunice M. True, Home Economics
Ernest J. Weekes, English
Albert G. Weidler, Economics
Feaster Wolford, Agriculture
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Hal Smith, President
Phyllis Douglass, Vice Pres.
Lynn Anderson. Secretary
Severino Ochoco, Treasurer
ALLEN, B. P., Jr.
Berea, Kentucky; A.B., Biology; Folk Club, 2,3,4,
Vice Pres., 4; Basketball, 1,2,3, Capt. 1; "B" Club
3,4; Track, 1.
ALLEN, JESSE BISHOP
Trixie, Ky.; A.B., Economics; Tau Kappa Alpha;
Oratory, 1,2,3,4; 2nd in State Peace Oratorical con-
test in 1940-41; Debate 1,2,3,4; Red Cross Life
Saver, 1,2,3,4; P.A.F.
ALLEN, LIZZIE MAE
Manchester, Ky.; A.B., Psychology; Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,
4,5; Basketball 2; Folk Club, 5; Utile Dulcc, 1,2,3,
Praise, Ky.; B.S., Home Economics; Ag-Home Ec.
Club, 3,4; Outing Club, 2,3,4; Home Ec. Club, 3,4.
ANGEL, NORA BERNICE
Paint Fork, N.C.; A.B., English; Berea Players, 4;
Transfer from Mars Hill College, Mars Hill. N.C.
ANGEL, CHARLOTTE MAE
Dundee, 111.; A.B., Chemistry; Choir, 1; Glee Club, 1;
Harmonia, 1; Movie Club, 1; Women's House Govern-
ment, 3; Y.W.C.A., 1,2; Vanguards, 2,4; Alpha
Alpha Pi, 2; W.A.A., 3; P.A.F., 4.
ATKINSON, LUTHER BENJAMIN
Clarkrange, Tenn.; A.B., Mathematics; Rural Life
Club; P.A.F.; Y.M.C.A.; Cooperative Assn.; Pi Alpha.
Morganton, N.C; A.B., Chemistry; Vanguards, 3,4;
F.O.R., 2,3,4, Sec. 4;
Choir, 2,3,4; Harmonia, 4
Y.C.A.W.; Dramatics, 2.
AYRES, ROBERT LEWIS
Elk Valley, Tenn.; A.B.,
Sigma; Pi Alpha; Y.M.C.A.
BACK, WILLIAM BURL
Eubank, Ky.; B.S., Agriculture; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
Folk Club, 2,3; Rho Delta, 3.4; Ag. Union. 1,2,3,4;
Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Judging Team, 3.
BAILEY, CHARLEY CLAYBORNE
Carver, Ky.; B.S., Agriculture; Basketball; Track;
Y.M.C.A.; Rho Delta; Ag-Home Ec. Club; Ag. Union;
BALL, GEORGIANA ELLISON
Jonesvillc, Va.; A.B., Psychology; L.D. Glee Club;
Harmonia; Choir; French Club; Pi Gamma Mu.
BAXTER, MARY ELIZABETH
Huntsville, Ala.; A.B., English; French Club, 1,2,3;
Choir, 2; Y.W.C.A., 2; C.E., 1; Folk Club, 2; Outing
Club, 4; Berea Players, 4.
BECKLER, HUGH KYLE
Treadway, Tenn.; A.B., History and Political Science;
Phi Delta, Treas., 2, Pres. 4; Y.M.C.A.
Dandridge, Tenn.; A.B., Home Economics; P.A.F.,
3,4; W.A.A., 3; Y.W.C.A., 3,4; Folk Club, 4; Home
Ec. Club, 4; Ag-Home Ec Club, 4; Bird Club, 4;
Outin K Club,
Life Saving, 3 ;
BOW, SHONG LIN
East Cleveland, Ohio; A.B., Home Economics;
Y.W.C.A., 4; P.A.F., 4; Harmonia, :,4; Choir, 2;
Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3.4; ID
Glee Club,, 1; French Club, 2.
BRANNON, EMMA LEE
Parcoal, W. Va.j A.B.. Chemistry;
Basketball. 1,2,3,4; W.A.A., 1,3,4;
1,2,3; Berea Players, 2; Coop., 2;
Folk Club, 3; Delta Phi Alpha, 3,
P. Alpha, Sec. 4.
Berea, Ky.; A.B., Physics; Y.M.C.A., 1,2.3,4; Pi
Alpha, 3,4; Sigma Pi Sigma, 4; Bird Club, 4.
BRENDA, EMMA EMILIE
Crab Orchard, Ky.; A.B., Home Economics; Ag-Home
Ec Club, 4; Home Ec. Club, 2; German Club, 4;
Delta Phi Alpha, 2, Treas.; Y.W.C.A., 1,2; "B"
Club, 3,4; W.A.A. Board, 1,2,3,4.
BROOKS, SUE NELLE
Greenville, Tenn.; B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A.,
1,2,3,4; Harmonia, 3; Ag-Home Ec, 3,4; Home Ec.
Club, 3; P.A.F., 4; Board of Governors, 4.
BROWN, RALPH GERON
Dandridge, Tenn.; A.B., Sociology; Y.M.C.A.. 1,2,3,4,
Cab., 2,3,4; Vanguards, 1,2,3,4, Pres., 3; P.A.F., 3,4;
Education Club, Vice Pres., 4.
BROWN, WILLIAM TALMADGE, JR.
Barnardsville, N.C.; B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union,
1,2,3,4; Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Rho Delta, 3,4;
Freshman Track, 1; Intramural Basketball, 2,3,4;
Intra-mural Football, 3,4.
BURCHFIELD, WILLIAM NATHANIEL
Bluefield, \V. Va.; A.M.. Sociology; C.E.; P.A.I .;
Vanguards; Y.M.C.A.; Y.C.A.W.; Transfer from
Bluefield College. Bluefield, W. Va.
Crab Orchard, Tenn.; A. B., Phvsics; Y.M.C.A., I;
C.E., 1,2,3,4; Sigma Pi Sigma, 4.'
Dandridge, Tenn.; A.B., Hume Economics; C.E..
1,2,3,4; Home Ec. Club, 4.
CALLISON, HARRY RICHARD
Beard, W. Va.; B.S., Agriculture; A.S.; Ag-Home Ec.
Club, 4,5; Varsity Basketball Mgr., 5; "B" Club, 5;
Freshman Track, 1; Men's Hall Union, 4,5.
CAMPBELL, CLAYBORNE D.
Confluence, Ky.; B.S., Agriculture; Photo-Movie Club,
4; Phi Delta, 2,3,4,5; International Relations Club, 4;
Education Club, 4,5; Ag. Union, 5,6, Vice Pres. 6;
Ag-Home Ec Club, 5,6; C.E., 2,3,4,5,6, Vice Pres.
5, Pres. 4,6.
CARNES, JOE SHELVY
Jamestown, Ky.; A.B., Economics; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
C.E., 1,2; Baseball, 1.
CARTER, MARION EDWARDS
Jonesville, Va.; B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union, 1,2,3.4;
Ag-Home Ec Club, 3,4.
CASSADY, KERM1T RALPH
Petersburg, W. Va.; A.B., Philosophy; Transfer from
Shenandoah College, Dayton, Va.; Philosophy Club, 1;
Y.M.C.A., 1,2; Phi Delta, 1,2,3; C.E., 1; Harmonia.
1; Vanguards, 1; Men's Hall Union, 2.
CLARK, ARCH B.
Berea, Ky.; A.B., Biology; Delta Phi Alpha, 3,4; Pi
Alpha, 3,4; Y.M.C.A., 1.
CLARK, FRANCES BURTON
Bcrca, Ky.; A.B., Chemistry; Basketball, 1,2; Track,
1; Folk Club, 2,3, Pres. 3; "B" Club, 2,3,4; A.Z.,
3,4; Y.M.C.A., 2,3,4; Inter-mural Basketball, 3.
CLARKE, WALTER MALCOLM, JR.
New York City, N.Y.; A.B., Philosophy; Folk Club,
2,3; Twenty Writers Club, 2; Swimming Team,
1,2,3,4; Y.M.C.A., Cab., 2; Y. C. A. W., Chairman,
2; Glee Club, 1,2,3,4; "B" Club, 4.
CLICK, NELL JONES
Huntington, W. Va., B.S., Home Economics; Home
Ec. Club, 3,4; Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Y.W.C.A.;
E.E., 3; House Pres. of Elizabeth Roger Hall, 4;
Transfer from Marshall College, Huntington, W. Va.
COX, GUSSIE WELLS
Cincinnati, Ohio; A.B., Education; P.A.F., 4; Har-
monia, 2,4; Education Club, 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4.
Prestonsburg, Ky.; A.B., English; Transfer from
Caney Junior College, Pippapass, Ky.; Movie Club, 1;
Y.W.C.A., 1,2; Folk Club, 2; Berea Players, 2; Prize
CROCKETT, WINIFRED EILEEN
North Tazewell, Va.; A.B., English; Y.W.C.A., 1;
Outing Club, 3; Berea Players, 4.
CROMER, REED EDWIN
London, Ky.; B.S., Agricultur
Ag. Union, 1,2,3,4;
Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Basketball, 1; Track, 1,2,3,4;
"B" Club, 2,3,4; Phi Delta, 3,4, Y.M.C.A., 1,2;
Winner of Livestock Judging Contest, 4; Judging
Team, 4; Inter-mural Athletics Council, 4.
CUNDIFF, CLINTON KENNEDY
Faubush, Ky.; B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union, 1,2,3,4;
Judging Team, 1,2,3,4; First Place, 1,2,3,4.
DAMRON, EVERETTE LEONARD
Catlettsburg, Ky.; A.B., Biology; Freshman Cross
Country, 1; Harmonia, 1; Berea Players, 1,2,3,4; Men's
Glee Club, 3; Alcohol Speech Prize, 2.
DAVIS, FRED WILLIAM
Arden, N.C.; B.S., Agriculture; Ballad Singers, 2,3;
Folk Club, 2,3; Baseball, 1,2,3,4; Ag. Union, 1,2,3,4;
Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4.
DAVIS, MARIE RIGSBY
Wildie, Ky.; A.B., Home Economics; Berea Players,
1,2; C.E., 1,2,3,4; Women's Glee Club, 2,3,4; Har-
monia, 1,2; Choir, 1,2,3; French Club, 1,2; Ag-Home
Ec Club, 4.
DENNIS, JOHN DUMONT
Bakersville, N.C.; A.B., Economics; Basketball, 1,2;
Track, 1,2; Baseball, 1,2,3,4; Y.M.C.A., 1,2; P.A.F.,
4; Class Officer Soph. Class; "B" Club.
DINGUS, PATTY GRAY
Dungannon, Va.; A.B., Home Economics; Student
Coop, 1; Y.W.C.A., 1,2; Ag-Home Ec. Club. 3; Home
Ec. Club, 4.
DOMAS, WELLINGTON SHAY
Chicago, III.; A.B., History and Political Science.
DOUGLASS, PHYLIS MARIE
hens, lenn.; A.B., English; Basketball
Club, 3,4; W.A.A. Board, 4; Vice Pres. Class, 4;
Chimes Staff, 4; Transfer from Tennessee Wesleyan.
DUNCAN, WILLIAM ELMER
Newcomb, Tenn.; B.S., Agriculture; Ag-Home Ec.
Club, 4; Ag. Union, 1,4; Transfer from Lincoln
Memorial University, Harrogate, Tenn.
DURHAM, WILLIAM EDMUND
Berea, Ky.; A.B., Music; Basketball, 1,2,; Baseball, 1,2,
Coach, 3,4; Tennis, 1,2; "B" Club; Pi Alpha; Ass'is!
Director College Band, 1,2,3; Director College Band 4;
Orchestra, 1,2,3,4; "Ambassadors," 1, "Zephyrs," 3.
EISENHOUR, GEORGE WAYNE
Keyser, \V. Va.; A.B., Mathematics; L.D. Glee Club,
2; A.B., 1,2,3,4; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4; Education Club,
3,4; Folk Club, 3,4; C.E., 3,4; Berea Players, 2,4;
Pi Alpha, 3,4; Photography Club, 3,4; Winner of
ELLIOT, PAULINE L.
Middleburg, Ky.; B.S., Home Economics; Glee Club;
Band; Choir; C.E.; French Club; Harmonia.
ELLIS, MARY LOUISE
Ashland, Ky.; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
C.E., 4; French Club, 3; Folk Club, 3,4; P.A.F.', \';
Education Club, 4; Basketball, 1; Tennis, 1,2.
ERNEST, DOROTHY LOUISE
Walhalla, S.C.J B.S., Home Economics; Outing Club,
1; Berea Players, 1,2,3,4; W.A.A., 1,2,3; Folk Club,
2,3,4; Ag. Home Ec. Club, 3; Home Ec. Club, 4.
GABBARD, ERNEST GLENDON
Berea, Ky.; A.B., English; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3, Cab., 2;
Glee Club, 2, Quartet, 2; Royal Collegians, 1,2,3,4;
Berea Players, 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Alpha Psi Omega,
1,2,3,4; Pres. 4; Tau Delta Tau 4.
Clairfield, Tenn.; B.S., Home Economics; Ag. Home
Ec. Club, 3,4; Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Harmonia, 4;
Outing Club, 2; Berea Players, 2; Folk Club, 3,4.
GREEN, DOROTHY FAYE
Ricetown, Ky.; A.B., Home Economics; C.E.; P.A.F.;
Outlying Sunday School Work, 4.
GREEN, MAE JOHNSON
Ricetown, Ky.; A.B., Education; Freshman Glee Club;
Education Club, 3,4; Outlying Sunday School, 2; C.E.,
4, Berea Players, 4.
GREENE, JOSEPH ARTHUR
Big Stone Gap, Va.; A.B., Economics;
1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,3,4; "B" Club 2,3,4, Pr
Club 3; Y.M.C.A. 1,2,3,4.
GREENE, OPAL ALMAYNE
s. 4; Folk
ELMORE, BETTY DEAN
Brasstown, N.C.; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A. 2,3,4;
Education Club 1,2,3,4; Berea Players 1,2; Folk Club
3,4, Vice Pres., 4; P.A.F., 3; Alcohol Speech Prize;
Crossville, Tenn.; A.B., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A.,
1,2,3,4; Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Women's House Gov't.,
GREENWELL, RUBY JUANITA
Bulls Gap, Tenn.; A.B., English; French Club, Pres.
1; Writer of Xampus Chronicle 4; Chimes Staff 4.
HALE, CHARLEY FULTON
West Prestonsburg, Ky.; A.B., Chemistry; Basketball,
2,3,4, Capt. 4; Track Team; Phi Delta; Pi Alpha;
Sigma Pi Sigma; "B" Club.
HARDIMAN, WILLIAM ANDREW, JR.
Pearisburg, Va.; A.B., Chemistry; A.Z., 2,3; Pi Alpha,
3,4; Track, 1; Y.M.C.A., 1; Sigma Pi Sigma.
HARGROVE, EVELYN LOUISE
Wichita, Kansas; B.S., Home Economics; Harmonia,
1; Board of Governors, 3, Treas.; U.D. Senate, 4,
Sec; Home Ec. Club, 3, Treas.; Ag-Home Ec Club, 3;
Chimes Staff, 4, Art Editor; P.A.F.
HARPER, WILBUR W.
Franklin, W. Va.; B.S., Agriculture; Phi Delta; Ag.
Union, 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Ag-Home Ec. Club, 2,3,4,
Prcs. 4; Basketball, 3,4; "B" Club; Transfer from
Shepherd State Teachers College, Shepherdstown, W.
HARRISON, PHILIP BURNS
Berea, Ky.; B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union, 1,2,3,4;
Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Basketball, 3,4.
HART, BENNIE M.
Dand ridge, Tenn.; A.B., Economics; Berea Players,
2,3,4; Photography Club, Vice Pres., 4; Student Coop,
HARTSELL, O. M., JR.
Limeston, Tenn.; A.B., English; Glee Club Accom-
panist, 2,3,4; Choir, 1,2,3,4; Harmonia, 1,2,3,4;
French Club, 1,2; Rho Delta, 1; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4.
HAYNES, CORNELIA A.
Chattanooga, Tenn.; A.B., Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1,2;
Harmonia, 1,2,3,4; Student Coop., 1,2,3,4; W.A.A.
Board, 2; P.A.F., 4.
HEADLEY, JOSHUA DAVID
Winchester, Va.; B.S., Agriculture; Swimming,
1,3,4,5, Coach of Freshman Swimming, 4, Coach of
Varsity, 5; Track, 1,2,3,4; Ag Union, 1,2,3,4,5;
A.Z., 3; Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4,5.
HENSLEY, EMERY MADISON
Island City, Ky.; A.B., History and Political Science;
Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4; Track, 1,2,4; Swimming, 1; C.E.
1.2,3,4; A.Z., 2; Tennis, 2; Folk Club, 3,4; Rural Life
Club, 3; Harmonia, 3,4; Berea Players, 4; Pi Gamma
Causey, Ky.; A.B., Economics; Track, 1,2; Twenty
Writers Club, 1,2, Vice Pres. 2; Y.M.C.A. Cab., 4;
Board of Governors, 3,4, Pres., 4.
HICKS, DONALD OSCO
Windy, Ky.; A.B., Biology; Men's Hall Union, 2;
Rho Delta, 3,4, Pres. 4; Pi Alpha, Treas. 4; Mgr.
Swimming Team, 4.
HOWSMON, JOHN ARTHUR
Dayton, Ohio; A.B., Chemistry; Track, 1,2,3,4, Capt.
4; Sigma Pi Sigma, 4; Pi Alpha, 3,4, Pres. 4; Folk
Club, 3,4; Student Board of Governors, 3; Men's Hall
Union, 3; Chimes Staff, 4; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4; Har-
monia, 1,2; A.Z., 1,2,3,4.
HUNT, NELLIE VIRGINIA
Paris, Ky.; B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
C.E., 1; Berea Players, 1,2,3; Harmonia, 1; Coop.,
1,2,3,4; Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4.
JARRELL, KARL WILEY
Thomasville, N.C.; A.B., History and Political Science;
Berea Players, 3,4; P.A.F., 3,4; Folk Club; Choir; Pi
Gamma Mu, 4; Transfer from Western Kentucky
State Teachers College, Bowling Green, Ky.
JENT, CRAWFORD LEE
Cody, Ky.; B.S., Agriculture! Ag. Union; Rho Delta;
Ag.-Home Ec. Club; Y.M.C.A.; Prize Bible.
JOHN, RALPH C.
Parkersburg, W. Va.; A.B., Philosophy; Prcs. of
Class, 1; Prcs. of C.E., 2; Y.M.C.A. Cab., 2,3,4,
Pres. 4; U.D. Senate, 4; Pi Gamma Mu, 3,4; Berea
Players, 1,2,; Kentucky Dance Drama at Atlanta, 2;
L.D. Speaker .it Dedication of D.inforth Chapel.
JONES, ESTILL BOEN, JR.
Berea, Ky.; A.B., Music; Freshman Basketball; Tennis
Team, 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4; Leader of Royal Collegians
Orchestra, 2,3,4; "B" Club, 2,3,4; Y.M.C.A.
KELLAR, IVA LEE
Somerset, Ky.; A.B., Education; folk Club, 1,2,1,4;
Outing Club, 1,2; Alpha Pi Alpha, 1; Education
Club, 1; Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3,4.
KENNEDY, ELSIE JAMS
Norton, Va.; A.B., English; Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3;
Berea Players, 3,4; Member of Executive Council."
St. Paul, Va.; A.B., Physics; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,1,4;
C.E., 2; Physics Club, 2,3,4; Pi Alpha, 3; Sigma Pi
KINGSLEY, LOUISE PEARSALL
Lakewood, Ohio; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3;
Student Coop., 1,2,3,4, Sec, 1, Treas., 2, Pres.| '3;'
Vanguards, 1,2,3,4; P.A.F., 2,3,4; Chimes Staff, 4.
KRAYBILL, MARGARET ADELINE
Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3; C.E., 1,2; Ag-Home I.e. Club, i,4;
L.D. Senate, I; U.D. Senate, 3, Sec; Chimes Staff, 4.
LACKEY, LEON AGEE
Kimball, W. Va.; A B., Chemistry; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,5,4;
Berea Players, 1,2; Folk Club, 3; Photography Club!
2; A.Z., 1,2,3,4; C.E., 2; Men's Hall Union, 3; U.D.
Senate, 4; Chimes Staff, 3,4, Asst. Bus. Mgr., 3, Bus.
LANG, DELA ROSE
Russell, Ky.; A.B., Biology; Y.W.C.A..
2,3,4; Berea Players, 3; P.A.F., 4.
LAWSON, VIVIAN MAURINE
Woodbine, Ky.; A.B., History and Politi
Y.W.C.A., 1,2; Student Co-op, 1; P.A.F.,
LITTLEJOHN, EARON OTHAN
Geraldin, Ala.; B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union, 1,2,3,4,
Reporter, 4; Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4; YMCa'
1,2,3,4; L.D. Senate.
LYELL, ROY LEE
Lyle, Ky.; A.B., Philosophy; Delta Phi
Gamma Mu; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4, Cab.,
I ; I [armonia,
McCAMY, WILLIAM RAYMOND
Scottsboro, Ala.; A.B., Mathematics; Y.M.C.A.,
1,2,3,4; Phi Delta, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma, 4.
Mclaughlin, hugh price
Maxwelton, W. Va.; B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union
1.2,3,4; Ag.-Home Ec. Club, 3,4, Pres 4-' C E 1
Sec, 2; Y.M.C.A., 3; Chimes Staff, 4
P.A.F.; Chimes Staff,
McCLURE, L. T.
Fort, Gay, W. Va.; A.B., Chemistry; A.Z., 1,2,3,4,
Vice Pres., 3; Basketball, 1; Swimming, 2,3; Berea
Players, 1,2,3,4; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4.
McCREARY, WILLIAM J.
Corbin, Ky.; A.B., Chemistry;
4; Transfer to U.D. from
McDANIEL, EILEEN DOUGLAS
Lewisburg, W. Va.; A.B., Home Economics; Pinnacle
Staff, 1; Y.W.C.A., 1,2; Harmonia, 2,3,4; Home Ec.
Club, 3,4, Vice Pres., 3; Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4.
Whitley City, Ky.; A.B., History and Political Science;
Phi Delta; P.A.F.; Y.M.C.A.
Mcdowell, john calvin
West Chester, Iowa; B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union,
1,2,3,4, Corres. Sec, 3; Student Co-Op., 1,2,3,4,
Pres., 3,4; Rho Delta, 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Treas., 3; Van-
guards, 2,3,4; P.A.F., 3,4; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4.
McGUIRE, WILLIAM HOLT
Beattyville, Ky.; A.B., Geology; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
Cross Country, 1; Swimming, 1,2,3,4; Track,
Alpha, 4; Men's Hall Union, 4; "B" Club.
McLAIN, ROBERT WAYNE
Statesville, N.C, A.B., Philosophy; Transfer from
Brevard College, Brevard, N.C; Phil. Club, 3,4; Van-
guards, 3,4, Sec. 4; P.A.F., 3,4; Y.M.C.A., 3,4, Cab. 4;
Tau Kappa Alpha, 4; Rho Delta, 3,4; Glee Club, 4.
MALSTROM, ALICE VIOLA
Chattanooga, Tenn.; A.B., Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1 ;
Student Co-op., 1,2,3,4; W.A.A., 1,2; P.A.F., 4;
Harmonia, 1 ,4.
MAY, DENIS NORMAN
Huddy, Ky.; A.B., Economics; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
Baseball, 3,4; P.A.F., 3,4; Student Co-op, 3,4; Phi
Delta, 4; Berea Players, 3; Vanguards, 4.
MILLS, PHELMA FAY
Manchester, Ky., A.B., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A.,
1.2.3, Treas. 3 ; Women's House Gov't Assn. Pres., 4 ;
Student Board of Governors, 3,4, Sec, 4; Home Ec,
Club, 3; Ag-Home Ec, 3,4, Sec, 4; Home Ec Club, 3;
Ag-Home Ec. 3,4.
MITCHELL, EARL PRESTON
Elk Creek, Va.; B.S., Agriculture; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
Ag. Union, 1,2,3,4; Treas. 2; Ag-Home Ec. Club, 3,4,
Treas., 3; Phi Delta, 3,4; Class Pres., 3; Track Mgr.,
3,4; Chimes Staff, 4; Editor Ag. News Letter, 2;
Judging Team, 4.
MOORE, FRANCES PAULINE
Harriman, Tenn.; B.S., Home Economics; Outing
Club, 3,4; Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Ag-Home Ec. Club,
3,4; W.A.A. Board, 4; Harmonia, 1,2,3,4.
MOORE, HUBERT A.
Altro, Ky.; A.B., Geology; C.E., 1,2,3,4; Phi Delta,
2.3.4, Treas., 3; Pi Alpha, 3,4; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4.
MORTON, VIOLET VIRGINIA
South Shore, Ky.; A.B., History and Political Science;
Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4; Student Co-op., 1,2,3,4; P.A.F.,
2,3,4, Sec-Treas., 4; Berea Players, 4; Folk. Club, 2,3;
Delta Phi Alpha, 3,4; Vanguards, 3,4; Ornithological
Kenosha, Wis.; A.B., German; German Club, 2,3,4
Vanguards, 2,3,4; Y.W.C.A., 2; Delta Phi Alpha, 2,3,4
P.A.F., 3,4; Philosophy Club, 4; French Club 3,4
Co-op 3,4; Y.C.A.W., 4.
MULLINS, JAMES CHAD
Whitesburg, Ky.; B.S., Agriculture; Basketball, 1,3,4;
Track, 1,3,4; Ag. Union, 1,3,4, Pres. 4; Ag-Home
Ec. Club; "B" Club.
NESTOR, ERNEST VELMER
Marmet, W. Va.; A.B., Economics Y.M.C.A 1 3 4-
C.E., 1,2,3,4; Phi Delta, 4; Band, 1,2,3,4; Baseball!
1,2,3,4; "Zephyrs" 3; Vanguards, 1.
OCHOCO, SEVERINO MIRANDA
San Fernando, Philippine Islands; A.B., Philosophy;
L.D. Glee Club; Orchestra, 2,3, (; Phi Delta 4-
Y.M.C.A., 2,3,4; Photography Club, 3; Transfer from
Shenendoah College, Dayton, Va.
ORICK, EDITH ANN
Frakes, Ky.; B.S., Home Economics;
Berea Players; Home Ec. Club, Pre
PAREDES, HELEN JEAN
Milford, Michigan; A.B., Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1,2,-
3,4, Pres. 2; Women's House Gov't., 4; House Pres
ot Pre-School, 4; P.A.F., 4; Vanguards.
Waynesville, Ohio; A.B., English; Berea Players
1,2,3,4; P.nnacle Staff, 1,2,3; Twenty Writers Club
3.4; P, Mu Lamda, 1,2; Editor, Tabernacle News, 4.
Stuart, Va.; A.B., History and Political Science; "B"
Club, 2,3,4; Phi Delta, 1,2,3, Pres., 4; P.A F 14
Vice Pres., 4; Track, 1,2; Cross Country, 1,2; Pres'
of class, 3; Men's Hall Union, 4, Pres.
4, Chairman; Board of Governor
PREW'ITT, JAMES T.
Ky.; Ag-Home Ec. Club,
Glee Club, 2,3,4, Sec. Treas..
;■; Ag-Home Ec.
3; Tau Kappa
PREYSZ, LUCILLE PARKS
Berea, Ky.; A.B., Music; Choir; Harmoma, 1,2,3,4.
PRICE, JAMES THOMAS
Hayesville, N.C.; B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union J-
Rho Delta, 3,4; P.A.F., 4; Y.C.A.W., 4; Student Co-
op. 3,4; Transfer from Wester Carolina Teacher's
College, Collowhee, N.C.
PRINCE, DOROTHY CORINNE
Wellford, S.C.; A.B., Education; Sec. of class, 1;
Education Club, 3, Pres., 4; Y.W.C.A., 1,3,4; Outing
Club, 1; C.E., 2; French Club, 1; Berea Players. 1.2.
PUCKETT, ANITA FRANCES
Smithville, Tenn.; A.B., English; Outing Club; Life-
Saving; Basketball; Tennis.
PUCKETT, EDITH CALICO
Berea, Ky.; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A.. 1.3; C.E., 2;
Student Co-op., 2.
QUEEN, FRANCIS VERNON
Ashland, Ky.; A.B., History and Political Science-
Delta Phi Alpha; P.A.F., Pres., 4; Berea Players
1,2,3,4; Debating, 2,3,4; A. 2., 1,2,1,4- YMC\
RAMEY, LURLA KENDRICK
Ky.; B.S., Home Economics; P.A.F.; Folk
London, Ky.; A.B., Chemistry; Phi Delta, 2.
REEVES, AGNES ALMA
Spring Creek, N.C.; A.B., Home Economics; Home
Ec. Club; Ag. Home Ec. Club.
RICE, THEODORE ROOSEVELT
Paintsville, Ky.; A.B., Chemistry.
ROSENBAUM, HAROLD DENNIS
Fairplay, Ky.; A.B., Chemistry; Baseball, 1,2,3,4;
Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4; Berea Players, 1,2,3; Phi Alpha,
3,4; Sigma Pi Sigma, 4, Sec; Phi Delta, 1,2,3,4.
SCHULTZ, DAVID GOODSPEED
Berea, Ky.; A.B., Mathematics; Varsity Swimming
Team, 3,4; Intra-mural Football and Basketball.
Transfer from Bluffton College.
SCOTT, THELMA RHEA
Salyersville, Ky.; B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A.,
1,2,3; Berea Players, 1,2,3,4; House Government Sec.
3; Chimes Staff, 4; Ag. Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Home
Ec. Club, 3; P.A.F., 4; Folk Club, 4.
SEAY, WILLIAM BROWNLOWE
Fairview, N.C.; A.B., Biology; Berea Players, 1,2,3,4;
Lower Division Supervisor, 4; Pinnacle, 1; Y.M.C.A.,
1.4; C.E., 1,2,3; Alpha Psi Omega, 3,4, Sec. Treas., 4.
SHOUN, GLENN HARTE
Lafollette, Tenn.; B.S., Agriculture; Judging Team,
1,2,3,4; Y.C.A.W., 3,4; Wallpaper Staff, 3,4.
Y.M.C.A., 2,3,4; Co-op, 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3.
SHOWN, WILLIAM KYLE
Knoxville, Tenn.; A.B., Sociology; Student Co-op;
Vanguards. 1,2,3,4; P.A.F., 3,4; Y.M.C.A.; F.O.R.,
1,2,3,4; Y.C.A.W., 3,4; Wallpaper Staff, 3,4
SHULER, EDWARD EARL
Big Stone Gap, Va.; B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union,
1,2,3,4; Ag. Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Track, 1,2,3;
Y.M.C.A., 4; "B" Club, 3,4.
SHUMATE, MARIAN CORLEENE
Ramage, W. Va.; A.B., English; Berea Players, 1,2,3,4;
Tau Kappa Alpha, 1,2,3; Alpha Psi Omega, 3,4;
Twenty Writers Club.
SHUTT, NOEL MacHENRY
Berea, Ky.; A.B., Geology; Y.M.C.A, 1,2; "B" Club,
3,4; C E., 1,2; Tennis Team, 3,4; Berea Players, 1,2,3.
SINGLETON, JULIUS KNOX
Westminister, S.C.; A.B., Physics; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
Baseball, 2,3; Sigma Pi Sigma, 3,4; Tennis, 3; Men's
Hall Union, 1,2,3,4; Vice Pres., 4; Pi Alpha, 4.
SINGLETON, MAE BELLE
Eubank, Ky.; A.B., English; Y.W.C.A., 1,2; C.E.
3,4; French Club, 3; Berea Players, 4.
SKEEN, JAMES P.
Talbot t, Tenn.; A.B., Geology; Berea Players.
1,2,3,4; A.Z., 2,3; Track, 2; Movie Club, 4.
SMITH, ANNA MARIE
Russell, Ky., B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1,2
C.E., 2; Harmonia, 2,3; L.D. Senate, 2; Home Ec
Club, 3; Ag. Home Ec. Club, 3, Treas., 4; P.A.F , 4
Folk Club, 3,4.
SMITH, HAL HAYNES
Philosophy; Men's Glee Club,
1,2; Y.M.C.A.. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4.
Bristol, Tenn., A.B.,
2,3,4; French Club,
SMITH, KENNETH J.
Clarkrange, Tenn., A.B., Physics; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
Co-op. 1,2,3,4; Phi Delta, 3,4; P.A.F., 4; Sigma Pi
SPRADLIN, GLENN EDWARD
Whitley City, Ky., B.S., Agriculture; Ag. Union
1,2,3,4; Ag. Home Ec. Club, 3,4; "B" Club, 3,4;
Y.M.C.A., 1; Track, 1; Swimming, 3,4.
STEWART, OGDEN ARMOUR
Langlcy, Ky., B.S., Agriculture; Phi Delta, 1,2,3,
Sec, 4; Ag. Union. 1,2,3,4; Basketball, 1,3,4; Ag.
Home Ec. 2,3,4; Board of Governors, Vice Pres 4-
"B" Club, 4; Y.M.C.A., 4.
STITH, MARGARET KATHARINE
Ashland, Ky., A.B., English; Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3; Berea
Players, 1,2,3,4; Alpha Psi Omega, 4; Tau Delta Tau,
4, Treas.; Assist. Editor of Chimes, 4; Harmonia 1.
STRAIT, DOROTHY LOUISE
Catlettsburg, Ky., A.B., Mathematics; Glee
2,3,4; Harmonia, 1,2,3,4; Folk Club, 4; Outing
3; C.E., 1,2; Pi Alpha 3,4.
SUTHERLAND, CATHERINE ALLEN
Clintwood, Va., A.B., English; Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3,4;
Berea Players, 3; Basketball, 1.
SUTTON, LEWIS EARL
Crab Orchard, Ky., A.B., Economics; Basketball, I;
Harmonia, 1,2; Varsity Track, 2; Men's Glee Club,
3,4; Bus. Mgr. of Royal Collegians, 4; Y.M.C.A.,
THOMAS, ALMA RUTH
Ashland, Ky., B.S., Home Economics; Ag. Home Ec.
Club, 3; Home Ec. 3; C.E., 3; W.A.a'., 3; Outing
Club. 3; Berea Players, 4; Life Saving, 4; Women's
House Gov't., 4.
THOMPSON, JOSEPH MELVIN
Wayne, W. Va., A.B.. Mathematics; A.Z., 1.2,3,4
Track, 2; Delta Phi Alpha, 2,3,4; Sigma Pi Sigma, 4
Pi Alpha, 4; Harmonia, 1,2; Chimes Staff, 4
TINSLEY, MILDRED SUSAN
Berea, Ky., B.S., Home Economics; Alpha Alpha Pi,
1; Y.W.C.A., Cab., 3,4; Home Ec. Club, 3,4; Ag.
Home Ec. Club, 3,4.
WALTERS, HAROLD STEPHEN
Davis, W. Va., A.B., Chemistry; Pi Alpha, 2,4; "B"
Club 2,3,4; Varsity Tennis, 3; Y.M.C.A., 4.
WALTERS, JOHN DAVID
Davis, W. Va., A.B., Economics; Harmonia, 1,2;
Berea Players, 1,2,3,4; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4, Cab. 1,2,4;
Track, 1,2,3,4; Glee Club, 2,3,4, Sec. Treas., 3, Pres'.
4; Folk Club, 3,4; P.A.F., 3,4; Chimes Staff, Assoc.
Ed., 3, Editor-in-chief, 4; Men's Hall Union, 4; U.D.
Senate, 4; "B" Club, 4.
WASHBURN, ABBIE MARGARET
Bulapc, Belgian Congo, Africa, A.B., Home Economics;
Harmonia, 1.2; Choir. 1,2,3; Glee Club, 2,3,4; French
WELCH, CHARLES BROWN
Glen Rogers, W. Va., A.B., Economics; A.Z., 1,2,3,4,
Pres., 4; Band, 1,2,3,4; Glee Club, 3; Delta Phi Alpha,
3,4; Basketball, 1,3; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4; Harmonia,
1,2; "B" Club, 3,4.
WESLEY, GUY MAXWELL
Lynch, Ky., A.B., Economics; Glee Club, 2,3,4, Bus.
Mgr., 4; Swimming Team, 1,2,3,4; Track, 1; Band,
1,2,3,4; Orchestra, 1; Royal Collegians, 1,2,3,4;
German Club, 3,4; Class Trcas., 3; Harmonia, 1,2;
P.A.F., 2,3; Y.M.C.A.; "B" Club, 2,3,4.
WHITE, JUNE ROSE
Monticello, Ky., A.B., Home
Club, 1,2, Sec, 2; Y.W.C.A., 2
3 ; Home Ec. Club
3,4; Ag. Home Ec. Club, 3,4.
WHITE, WILLIAM LETCHER
Burning Springs, Ky., A.B., History and Political
Science; C.E., 1,2, Cab., 1; Y.M.C.A., 1; Berea
Players, 1; Co-op., 1,2,3,4; Men's Hall Union.
WILSON, BEATRICE BERYL
Bald Creek, N.C., A.B., Home Economics; Ag. Home
Ec. Club, 3,4, Treas., 4; Home Ec. Club, 4; U.D.
Senate, 4; French Club, 1.
WILSON, SARA KATHRYN
Benton, Tenn., B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1,2;
Berea Players, 2,3,4; W.A.A., 1,2,3,4; Home Ec. Club,
3,4; Ag. Home Ec, 3,4; Life Saving.
WRIGHT, HOWARD LOUIS
Derby, Ohio, A.B., History and Political Science;
P.A.F., 3,4; Y.M.C.A., 1,2,3,4; Co-op., 1,2,3,4; Men's
Hall Union, 3,4.
ZIMMERMAN, ELFRED BURL
Crag, V//. Va., A.B., History and Political Science;
Choir, 1; Glee Club, 2,3; Orinthological Society;
MILTON, HAZEL LONGWORTH
Roanoke, Va., A.B., Psychology; C.E., Pres. 1; Sec.
Chimes, 3; Pi Gamma Mu, 4.
STEVENS, SYBIL ALICE
Cummington, Mass., A.B., Sociology; Harmonia, 1,2
French Club, 1; C.E., 1; P.A.F., 2, Sec. Treas., 3,4
Vanguards, 2,3,4; Y.W.C.A., 2,3, Cab., 4, Pres. 4
U.D. Senate, 3,4; Y.C.A.W., 3; Folk Club, 4; Co-op
4; F.O.R., 4.
YORK, CALEB POWERS
Windsor, Ky., A.B., Geology; Y.M.C.A., 2,3; Basket-
ball, 2; Baseball, 2,3,4.
Hal Masengill, President
Glen Moore, Vice President
Katie Louis Chambers, Secretary
Harding Noblitt, Treasurer
Adams, John Whitesburg, Ky.
Allen, Barbara Hawesville, Ky.
Anderson, Garnie Nancy, Va.
Andrews, Fletcher Newton, N.C.
Archer, Eula Kate Joneshara, Tenn.
Arthur, James Flatlick, Ky.
Bailey, Pete Baileytown, Tenn.
Bailey, Vivian Ashland, Ky.
Baker, Andrew Walkertown Sta., Ky.
Bales, Clarence Rose Hill, Va.
Barr, Frances Charlotte, N.C.
Begley, Virginia Berea, Ky.
Blaker, Robert, Blue Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
Bowie, Cleo Nimmon, S.C.
Bradley, Harvey Cains Store, Ky.
Branham, Thelma Virginia Louisa, Ky.
Bruce, Frances __ Cumberland Gap, Tenn.
Bryan, Garnet Ashland, Ky.
Burdette, Betty Berea, Ky.
Burley, Maxine Omar, W.Va.
Calhoun, Chandos Hitchins, Ky.
Casey, Mary Wilton, Ky.
Chambers, Katie Louis ___ Huntsville, Ala.
Clark, Horace Wichita, Kansas
Cloyd, Roger Corbin, Ky.
Clouse, Edna Corbin, Ky.
Coleman, Edward A. __ Richwood, W.Va.
Collins, Carl _. _ Woodville, Ala.
Conley, Mabel Martin, Ky.
Cornett, William Whitesburg, Ky.
Cornett, Ruth Victoria __ McRoberts, Ky.
Cossett, Louise Ashland, Ky.
Cox, Jane Mt. Vernon, Ky.
Daves, Huber Polkville, N.C.
Diamond, William Waynesburg, Ky.
Dickerson, Joe Livingston, Ky.
Dodd, Audrey Boaz, Ala.
Pelfrey, Ruth Newport, Ky.
Dunnaway, Opal Dwarf, Ky.
Eakin, Laura Bagkak, Thailand
Easterly, Ambrose Crossville, Tenn.
Edwards, J. B. Barnardsville, N.C.
Estep, William R. Williamsburg, Ky.
Evans, Beatrice St. Paul, Va.
Evans, Mary K. Paintsville, Ky.
Evans, Miriam Louise Cleveland, Ohio
Ewen, Mary Francis Berea, Ky.
Fillmore, Harley C. Harriman, Tenn.
Franklin, Gladys Drexel, N.C.
Fry, Elmer Lee j. Rabun Gap, Ga.
Gabbard, Luther Gray Hawk, Ky.
Garcia, Eunice Norwalk, Ohio.
Gayhart, Olive Hardburly, Ky.
Gibson, Alberta Burgess .__ Biglick, Tenn.
Godbey, Ivol : Bethelridge, Ky.
Graham, Afteel West Somerset, Ky.
Grimes, Margaret Asheville, N.C.
Grimwood, David Meridianville, Ala.
Gwinn, Jessie Marshall, N.C.
Hall, Juanita Hazard, Ky.
Hammond, Ralph C. __ Valley Head, Ala.
Henderson, Lois Greenville, S.C.
Hill, R. V. Hendersonville, N.C.
Hoffman, Martin New Holland, Pa.
Hulburt, Dayton _. _. Oak Park, 111.
Hurst, Everett Knot Fork, Ky.
Ingraham, Ruth Kingsport, Tenn.
Jennings, M. R. Beckley, W. Va.
Jones, Marvin Paintsville, Ky.
Kazee, Ruth Ashland, Ky.
Kivett, Elizabeth _ Cumberland Gap, Tenn.
Lamb, Evelyn McClure, Va.
Lance, Annie Black Mountain, N.C.
Larew, Roberta Greenville, W. Va.
Laswell, Troy Brodhead, Ky.
Lavender, Carolyn Ashland, Ky.
Lawhorn, Roy A. Maynardville, Tenn.
Lindsey, Joseph Hillsville, Va.
Loftis, Emma Lou Brevard, N.C.
Loshbough, Getha Crossville, Tenn.
Loy, Opal Jamestown, Ky.
McCommack, Annette __ Blue Jay, W. Va.
McDaniel, Blanche Lothair, Ky.
McKinnev. George Amigo, W. Va.
Maggard, Talmadge Maggard, Ky.
Maltby, Harold Hastings, Fla.
Marlar, Martin Honey Bee, Ky.
Martin, Minnie Eastern, Ky.
Martin, Tellis Hickory, N.C.
Masengill, Hal Blountville, Tenn.
Meek, Clarence Boone's Camp, Ky.
Merchant, Donald Swannanoa, N.C.
Moore, C. Edward Berea, Ky.
Moore, Glen Berwind, W.Va.
Moore, Margaret Harrodsburg, Ky.
Morris, Juanita Benham, Ky.
Nestor, Paul Maxmet, W.Va.
Noblitt, Harding Marion, N.C.
Parker, Marion East Rainelle, W.Va.
Patrick, Helen Jo Ashland, Ky.
Pearson, Emma College Hill, Ky.
Pearson, Fred W. Treadway, Tenn.
Penley, Jewell Gate City, Va.
Presnell, Maynard Asheville, N.C.
Quinn, Woodrow Harlan, Ky.
Rathbone, Jack Lake Junaluska, N.C.
Rice, Floyd Arthur Berea, Ky.
Roach, Charles Pineville, Ky.
Roberts, Jean Berea, Ky.
Roberts, Mary Helen Burnside, Ky.
Roberts, William Lee __ Hambleton, W.Va.
Robertson, Edwin Pine Hall, N.C.
Robinson, J. B. Bandana, N.C.
Rominger, Ruth Berea, Ky.
Runion, Charles Erwin, Tenn.
Scroggs, Leslie Asheville, N.C.
Sherrill, Armonell __ Crab Orchard, Tenn.
Shrader, Ethel North Tazewell, Va.
Shepherd, Ralph Crumpler, N.C.
Schorman, William Ashland, Ky.
Shupe, Hugo Berea, Ky.
Smith, Carolyn Spartanburg, S.C.
Smith, Eugene Forest City, N.C.
Smith, Leta Kensington, Ga.
Snodgrass, Frances Mouth Card, Ky.
Sparks, Clarence Hartford, 111.
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Steinorth, Margaret __ Pt. Pleasant, N.Y.
Stone, Kenneth Pineville, Ky.
Thompson, Emogene Webbville, Ky.
Thorington, Daniel Middlesboro, Ky.
Tompkins, Harold Elgin, Tenn.
Tully, Harold East Rainelle, W.Va.
Wall, Burnice L. Eubank, Ky.
Wall, Inez Eubank, Ky.
Wall, Louis Eubank, Ky.
Ward, Carl Neva, Tenn.
Warming, Karl Jellico, Tenn.
Warner, Esther New Market, Tenn.
Wells, Ada Ashland, Ky.
Wesley, Rex Science Hill, Ky.
Wheeler, Juanita Stevenson, Ala.
Whitaker, Rayford Stab, Ky.
White, Janet Meridianville, Ala.
Wiggins, Edna Barnardsville, N.C.
Williams, Anna Lee Flat Gap, Ky.
Wilson, Edna Louise Boaz, Ala.
Wright, Clayton Derby, Ohio
Wygal, J. Marion Corbin, Ky.
Younge, Chester L. Deland, Fla.
Young, Chester Raymond __ Columbia, Ky.
Ball, Ruby Jonesville, Va.
Brann, Edward R. Hamburg, Germany
Combs, Gene Langley, Ky.
Fish, Paul Robert Fairview, N.C.
Dillingham, Hansel Barnardsville, N.C.
Hiatt, Alyne Waynesburg, Ky.
Jenkins, George Blackey, Ky.
Litton, Nora E. Clarence, Ky.
Mahaffey, Kimber Green Hall, Ky.
Turner, Edward B. Houston, Ky.
School of Nursing
The Hospital Staff is made
up of the student nurses and
the physicians. Dr. J. W.
Armstrong is Acting Staff
Head in Dr. R. H. Cowley's
place this year. Other doctors
are: Wilson F. Dodd, Ruby
H. Paine, James H. Spring-
sted, Kenneth Wright, and
INTERMEDIATE AND JUNIOR NURSES
/? v ' 7 a
1st row. Hall, Turner, May, Kirby, Huddleston, Coyer.
2nd row. Mathney, Stallard, Frazure, Jones, Mathney.
3rd row. Stewart, Paredes, Patrick, Fleck, Hill.
4th row. Hopkins, Miller.
5 th row, Gannaway.
India Culver's wizened face twitched cheek muscles as she sucked at the pipe in her mouth. Presently she
knocked the ashes from the pipe and gently tucked it into her apron pocket. Then she lifted a brown jug, pulled
cut the cork with her two teeth, and poured the white corn whiskey into a tip cup. Slowly she drank, as her gray,
battered eyes gazed into the distance. Soon she would be ninety-five years old. Yet life, instead of going out
of her, had concentrated itself in her meager, narrow frame. To her there was no time, except in the way of the
seasons, in the growth cf her sons and grandsons and great-grandsons. All else was sunrise and sunset, shadow and
light, and the consumption of a white liquid. — Woodrow Quinn
Godbey, Crabbe, Bowen, Steinberger, Stamper, Bowline
Farris, Hulburt, Hammond, Auvil.
Weekes, Steinorth, Shumate,
I can write . . . anyone can write . . . there are things unbounded to be said, that must be said before the world is
dead, and tongues are stopped with its dying. I must speak naw while the flavor of days is sharp yet to the
taste, the hurt cf days quick yet to the heart. For to halt but for one moment the evanescence of those days
with apt word is to hold enmeshed forever the train of memory.
The silent slant of silvered rain is never gone from me . . . nor burn of autumn flaming on low hills . . . The
pent-up cry of violin strangled into ordered tone is held within me free ... A quickened step upon a frosty walk
and lips that breed desire . . . Promises that are as wind that shakes the tree and sets the leaves to singing, then
goes away . . . Friends held enchanted in dreams while logs burn low and snap in two and sparks mount toward a
silent sky . . . The half-forgotten freedom of a time when drone of airplane was a symbol of achievement and not
a harbinger of death . . . The sear of too hot coffee with fresh kolacky . . . And Spring come back too soon.
I will take words . . . everyone has words . . . there are sure knowings, lovely moments transient, that will distill in
worlds like scent and linger long when surety is gone. With worlds alone I build against the storm battlements of
truth, turrets of freedom.
And I am not alone. My cry is the cry of all who want to translate into a tangibility something of the feeling
pregnant in this living. To take the tinted thread of days and weave it into substance to be felt and known and
understood; something of strength against the terror of living with hate and fear; something of courage against the
death of hope.
But the cry is not heeded, the desire is not made manifest. Feeling comes too haltingly with words and is changed
with the uttering. Doubts misplace old confidences. Mistrust of self makes of that self a coward. The shining
words, subservient to fear, go darkling and there is no light.
— Ruth Pennington
Not knowing what to say, we sit in silence
Waiting while a stub of candle burns its length
I watch the little tallow drops glisten like tears
Above the curling edge around the flame
And then, overflowing,
Slide down the smoothness of the candle.
Dimmed and colorless, they harden there.
I am afraid to look at you.
The wick floats in a rosy pool of drops
Within the metal base;
A shadow of the flame quivers on the ceiling;
And it is time for you to go.
I stand alone with eyes closed, hoping
The flame will die.
How dark, how very dark it is. . .
— Margaret Steinorth
Just a lonely brook, rustling over
But when I bathed in its coolness,
it became tender, personal,
no longer icily remote.
I raised my soul into a beam of
sun that drifted through the pines
into the water, and I was
My nymphs, the elfin trees, protected
me from all reality.
The darting stream was a shallow undertow
of some ancient Grecian water.
Let come Ulysses!
— Meriel Goble
With a loud crash of orchestral music the movie ended. The lights in the chapel came on suddenly and Esther,
clutching my sweaty hand, led the way, pushing against the Saturday night crowd
]ZZ^ hn^^T^f^ ^"^ §i | r,S i ^eamy-eyed and clinging to the stout muscular arms of their escorts,
lor ° i K Al l U P ? A U Snt M wond f L ful? '" high-pitched, jeering voices. Molly, pushing a damp, fancy-
3 thn sohh7 'I' 1 ' ° r - C 6 °\ d ;Tv° f her gkSSeS ' PUC ^ 3rm ab ° Ut h£r P' Um P' sh -ommatc- sumpathetically,
and they sobbed, \V asn t it wonderful? '
Finally the digging elbows relaxed and the crowd spread at the door. We followed along silently, listening to
t: c r s f the peopl " i nh r °, f L i ncoln Hal1 three §iris p- issed -• The y — «&* - *w <w^
tempo their faces averted, then- feet barely touching the ground. In each I saw the heroine, Bett, majestic, allur-
ing, hvmg a reckless hfe. One of them stopped prancing when she saw me watching her and guiltily hurried
Twice along the way I saw the final movie kiss repeated in all its sincerity, sweetness, and dramatic possibilities.
Wc were near Curtis House when Esther first spoke. "You know, my life is almost like hers." She said it
dreamily, with her hands posed ,ust so and her face tilted to catch the street light.
"I know, Esther — mine too," I whispered.
— Anne Jones
You, there, in your solid brick house —
How can you know what autumn is?
Over your stiff clipped hedges the musty leaf smell
will not seep —
You are color-blind to this world gone mad
with twisting shafts of light.
In you stiff clipped hedged-in lives,
Autumn is the time of yard cleaning.
— Ermon Fay Johnson
A silence brief with human inability
To bear its preponderant suffocation
Of emotions tearing at tightened throats
Like rasped filings of metal breath
Grating scarlet inner linings of soft flesh;
Broke finally with the too great pain of its own tension
As they began quietly to set in motion
Preparations necessary to his last going Home.
I'M COIN' TO TAKE A HOLIDAY
Gong . . . Gong . . . Gong . . . there she goes . . . Lord, let the show go off well. This is the last night and
there's no telling what will happen . . . Alda and the Duke are on . . .
"The houselights are on. Tell Jack to kill 'em quick.''
The actors must be scared silly, but they hide it well . . . They're doing beautifully . . . Don't giggle, you
morons, this is drama . . . Calm down, Gabbard, after all you're not out there. That's what's wrong. If I were
on the stage, I wouldn't be so nervous . . .
What if Kat Wilson's putty nose should pop off? . . . Don't think about such things, you dope, after all, it's
glued on . . . Maybe the ceiling piece will collapse . . . Oh Lord, what would happen . . . Someone might get
killed, but worst of all, it would spoil the show . . . What's a life more or less when a performance is at stake . . .
Those people from out of town would like that, wouldn't they? How they would like to pick our show to
pieces! Shut up, you're being childish . . .
Will this act never end? Death and Duke are through their scene . . . That silvered glove shivers the audience
. . . Ah, the introductions are over, the curtain closes . . .
"Tony, make 'era keep quiet everybody. Joe, get off the stage. We don't want to sound like a bunch of
"Okay. Keep quiet everybody. To your dressing rooms."
"What's the matter over there?"
"Corky has left her slip at home and is running around like a nut."
"Has fuanita gone after one?"
"Yeah, let's hope she makes it. Corky doesn't come on at first, thank the good Lord."
I know I can't live through the rest of this . . . Why did I go in for dramatics, anyhow? ... I could have picked
Agriculture or Chemistry or anything . . . But no, I draw dramatics . . .
Could the second act have begun? . . .
"Where's the Baron?"
"You mean he's missed his cue?"
"Yes. Frances and Hal are out there ad libbing. There goes Hal off stage to get him. He's on, he's on! Those
kids covered up beautifully."
Corleene's made it. Whew, what a relief!
Oh, oh, it's Alda's and Death's love scene . . . Someone is bound to giggle or make a kissing sound . . . They're
kissing . . . Not a sound from the audience . . . Those wonderful Junior High kids, I love 'em all, at least those
out there . . .
"My dress has ripped open. Where's Ralph?"
"Here. What happened, Alda?"
"I don't know. But get me sewn up quick."
This is a fine time for her dress to burst a seam. I hope the audience doesn't think we're doing a strip tease.
Not in Berea, anyway . . . At last, the curtain . . .
Ah, juit fifteen minutes to go and we're through ... I dread this black out . . . The audience will applaud and
get up and leave if we don't hurry it . . . What's keeping Bill so long? Why doesn't he give the signal. Ah, we
made it . . . Now I get to shine. I'll probably knock the chimes off the wall with the first stroke . . .
"Then (bong) there is a love (bong) that casts out (bong) fear and I have (bong) found it (bong)." Bong
. . . Blackout . . . Bong . . . Curtain . . . Bong . . .
Does anyone mind if I go to a quiet corner and collapse?
— Glendon Gabbard
and minds assailed
and bogged down by worldly sentiment,
travel through days of deepening stress
to the strains of
and minds so clear
that only our own wills shall dominate,
live our lives with confidence
and faith in what
we think is but
despite our views,
to battle fields thick strewn with finished men.'
of love and truth.
And with that faith inside us TRAVEL ON?
CONCERNING THE SUPERIORITY OF MAN ....
I am not a stone. If I were, I could not contemplate my fellow stones and write these words upon a silent sheet
of paper. If I were a stone, I might rest quietly upon a high pinnacle, warm with the warmth of the sun, and cool
with the coolness of shadows. With no power to awaken, and no power to sleep, I would be unaware of day and
night, of wind and rain, of the touch of bird and insect. If the pinnacle were my home, I could not move except
at the insistence of the changing earth or a mountain-climbing foot or hand.
I am not a stone. If I were, I might lie wetly in the bed of a stream, or rest firmly in a man-made wall, a path
or a road. I might be red or gray or white, but I would not know. And I would not know. And I would be
as empty oi concern for my companion stones as they for me.
I am not a stone. I am a man. I claim the stone as mine to use, and I build a temple. I take the stone as mine,
and with my skillful hands I fashion from it a weapon with which to slay my enemy.
If I were a tree, I would claim the earth with my roots and the sky with my branches, and change with the chang-
ing season. Lifting myself to the sun, bending away from the storms, my body would clothe itself with blossoms
and spend itself with seed. I cannot clearly say just how much I would know of birds and bees, if I were a tree.
But this I know: that man deems it his right to take the fibrous trunk, and fashion from the body of a tree his
shelter from the sun and cold, his chair, his table and his bed.
I am not a tree. I am a man, and I may use a single tree to make a cradle for my child, or a cross for my enemy.
I am not a sheep. If I were I would wander, within confining fences, over the stones and beneath the trees. My
small hard hoofs would beat narrow paths between one pasture and another, and I would spend my days searching
out my favorite grass and weed. There would be a flock of sheep I would have no concern for any lamb but
mine. Without mercy or thought of mercy, without courage or lack of courage, I would push intruding lambs
I am not a sheep. I am a man. I direct the lives of sheep and use their wool as I will. With color which the
earth has yielded to me, I dye the wool. I weave blankets for my bed, rugs for my floor, and garments for my-
self and my fellow men. I am a man and I consider it my right to use the tools which I have made to kill the
sheep which I have raised. I hang the lifeless body, head down, and skillfully separate the skin from the flesh.
I build a hearth of stone and a fire of wood. I cook the flesh of animals and eat it from dishes made of clay.
I go from the warmth of my hearth with energy to build, with energy to destroy.
I am a man. My hands are triumphantly capable of doing my will. My mind is restlessly alert. My heart is
strangely sensitive. I am not a sheep. I am not a tree. I am not a stone.
— Marv Ela
BLACK AND WHITE
Negroes were rare in Cat Town. In fact, I had seen only one, and she was an aged ex-slave. So when the
Whitakers moved into the house across the road I was so excitedly curious that I could hardly eat. Dad scolded
me for staring, so I rushed to the pear tree, there to peer through masses of bloom and watch every move made
by the six little black strangers. Desperately I longed to play with them, but I didn't dare suggest such a thing
When we saw a white child with the black, Mother was immediately convinced that she had been kidnapped and
that the Whitakers had come to our isolated community to hide. Dad insisted that, although she showed no traces
of Negro blood, the child was really a blond Negro. My fascination was intensified by fear, for Mother might
be right, and if she were, they might want another little white girl..
For two weeks I spent most of my waking hours in the pear tree, staring until my eyes ached. The blooms fell,
the leaves were too small to screen me, but I stared on. I knew every one of the children by name, and every note
of their hilarious laughter. Eagerly I waited for the rich, low songs of the mother and the deep chuckle of the
father. I noted that they often had only one meal a day and that the children were sent out to borrow food for
that. Especially was I aware of the gentleness which they all showed to the tiny golden-haired girl, who was
always silent, never crying as other two-year-olds do. .
Reluctantly I went to Sunday School one morning. When I got back to the pear tree I could see no one. A
thin feather of smoke drifted from the chimney. Surely the Whitakers were not eating dinner, not this early
in the morning. But the rickety old wagon was not soaking in the pond, and no flea-bitten mules pulled at the
sassafras bushes in the yard. Desolation clutched at my throat as I tore through the briars and over fences to
where my father was salting cattle on the hill. Dad shouted, "Don't run like that. You'll scare the horses." I
stopped short, then, elaborately casual, rubbed the big chestnut and fed an apple to the colt.
As my father and I strolled back to the barn, hand in hand, he remarked, "Well, the niggers left this morning.
I don't suppose they stole anything on the way out. I hope they don't come around here any more."
Back in the pear tree, I stared for a long time at the faint path through new grass. That was the only trace of
the Whitaker's residence — that, and the loneliness in the heart of a child who had watched from afar.
— Georgiana Ball
within my hands — this round
round form grows out into fullness.
of mine dig into brown earth
(the hollows of eyes are born.)
Piling block on block a body
comes to be.
further the impulses of my urging
we grow together, the clay and I.
with a final emphasis it stands
here firm and new.
you will call it what Winter says
to Spring or why men fight and kill
looking now I see a way of building
common to God and me.
— Sally Wilkerson
TAPESTRY AND HOMESPUN
To you, whose eyes are proud and brave,
Who ask no gift, and take no staff
To march with you to any height.
Whose shining armor is your laugh;
I offer you one star-small gift
Because you helped me stand, and know
That I am but a tapestry,
When life, pure life, should only glow
In homespun, woven humility —
I give an endless thread, my love.
— Rosella Morgan
To see something
For the first time
Is to see always
What no man has seen before
To come upon a new land
And stake a claim.
— Ruth Pennington
Rain, come f.ill on mc now. Late or soon, drizzle or downpour,
choose your own fiendish way. This cold steel hull that
once was heart is scuttled now, for the centuries that are
yours have seared all sense of pain. The night just passed
was filled with fears that I might die before I had even
lived. But at gray break of the morning you won.
This heart that so few hours ago pumped young red blood is
sterile now. Vengeance? Why, I'd laugh with you, heinous
murderer. First, though, let me remember yesterday's hopes —
just this one time? (Were you human, the torture might
satiate your hellish desire to rape young life.)
I am glad now that I was a youth. You see, youth's puerile
vision discounted the pessimistic aphorisms that senile
elders spoke. Youth said, "This world is mine for the taking."
So last night I left my theoricd books for a spell. Wrapped
in the rubber-smelled old slicker, I walked in the downpour.
Nothing new, I'd done it since I was a tad. The rain in my
face, warmed by the time it reached my throat, leaked through
to lose itself on the tingling skin of a healthy body.
Before vibrant heart had sung one note, mind came bustling
along, panting to keep up. Fertile mind labored to rein
in, with its everlasting reason, a wild heart that loved
life. Rational mind would have no compromise, and heart,
never servile, cracked under the rain of eternal force.
Rain, when the Himalayas are washed down level, spread your
lurking grin, APE! But when you recall this proud heart,
deadened to love, remember also the reluctance with which
you released your soggy hands.
— Hal Smith
You, Egon Petri — you walk across the stage below me and bow with confidence before your audience. I am just
the Chimes in the tower above you, but I challenge you. Do not be so sure, do not be so serene. You give your
coat-tails a deft flip and sit quickly at your piano. You are a master and you would conquer this audience as
you have conquered the piano with the technique of your tutored fingers. But I defy you. Listen to my voice.
One, two. . .
You do not heed me as I chime the hour. The strength of your fingers runs down across the keys and stills the rest-
lessness of the crowded room. Bach, Mozart, Schumann, Liszt. . . held poised by the power that is yours, the
power of those white hands. Eager is your audience and grateful but I only laugh at the waves of your tone that
mount up to me and my laughter is in my chime which you ignore.
Three, four. . .
Your enchantment will not last for long. You are just a little man with agile fingers. You will be gone tomorrow
and this audience will forget you. Tomorrow they will follow me as I direct them to their time appointed duties.
They are servants to me even if now they listen to you and do not heed the time.
Five, six. . .
Play on, Egon Petri, play on. In the end I will win. Your music will be stilled and hours will again be mine.
Finish your program, play encores for the applause rightly yours. Ignore the hour that I am chiming. It is not
Seven, eight. . . — Ruth Pennington
What is nothing? The dictionary says that it is not anything; that which does not exist. That much can be seen
from the word itself: no-thing. But then, what is a thing? Again turning to the dictionary, we are told that it
is whatever exists, or is conceived to exist, as a separate entity, or as a distinct and individual quality, fact, or idea;
any separable or distinguishable object of thought; anything at all. Boiling down all this high-brow languauge,
we find that a thing is anything that is.
But what? Even Webster was driven in desperation to using a
It's so indefinite; anything can be a thing, except nothing. So we are
Fine. Now we have somethiag to work on.
compound of the word itself to describe thing,
right back where we started.
First, can you describe an absence, which is the best synonym I can think of. You can say "There is nothing
here," but how can you declare the presence of that which does not exist, an abstract? You are telling a lie, be-
cause you are using a word to express something that does not exist and — but there, I said something does not exist
when if it is a thing it must exist. There seems to be no way to express it (it what, when nothing is definitely not
any kind of an it) ; so let's leave that branch of the question for a while.
Let's try to find an illustration of nothing. Hold out your hand. Now close it with a firm, sure grip. If you
have done this properly, you should have an excellent sample of nothing in your tightly clenched fist. Open
your hand slowly, and look at your sample. Sure there's air there, but you can't see air and so we'll just disregard
it for this simple experiment. What do you see between the palm of your hand and your eyes? Look carefully —
is it — yes! Nothing!
But now let's think it over more carefully. Take a few more aspirins, and let's go:
You saw nothing. That's just fine; except one thing: How can you see nothing when nothing is the lack of any-
thing to feel, see, smell, or touch? Of course, you couldn't see anything, and so you suppose there was nothing
there. But can you prove it? Yes, because if there isn't anything there there must be nothing there. We said a
long time ago that nothing is nothing more or less than the lack of something. Let's not go into how it got there,
or where it came from unless we want some nice kind men in. clean white uniforms to take us to a lovely place
where we won't harm ourselves or anyone else —
So we have nothing. It isn't so hard to get, after all. But (here we go again), if we have it (that's good: using
it to refer to nothing) it must exist. There we are, all snarled up again. We can't possess nothing unless it exists,
if it exists it isn't nothing, and if it isn't nothing (doubh negative; remember your English teacher?) it is some-
So something is not nothing. At last we have something to work on. (don't look now, but we had that in the
first two paragraphs of this crazy essay.) Maybe now we can get something done. Wait a minute: We are trying
to get something done about nothing. We are working hard for nothing, and —
Isn't this where I came in? — Ned Stoddard
WHAT CAN I WRITE?
What can I write on a sheet of paper?
Airplanes write fear
On blue skies;
Bombs leave a signature of ugliness
On ancient buildings;
On dewy fields.
What can I write?
Who will look at my paper?
Must all writing be ugly?
Must it dig into things and people
With sharp points?
Once men saw a message
On midnight blue,
Five-pointed and shining.
But blood-shot eyes
Are too inflamed
To look toward it,
And teary eyes are to myopic
To trace its outline.
Once such eyes were opened
To stark characters
Against a black cloud:
Three rough stakes
With wooden cross-pieces,
Rising from the hill-top
And over one a light
Beyond all understanding.
There was a writing
At man's eye level.
Can I learn to write on blackness
With a steady hand?
—Nellie I. Crabb
Small white card — innocent — poison.
Leveler of plans — rearranger of life.
A home — .in army camp.
Soft quick steps on a rug, rustle of thin silk —
Thump of nails on board, rasp of stiff khaki.
Intimacy of soft nights, quick warm breaths on a pillow —
Hard army cots, snore of exhaustion.
Savorous meats and salads — heavy beans, greasy stews,
Comfort of house shoes — cold boards under blistered feet.
Ripple of woman's laughter — bursting of shells.
Crying of new life — whining of bullets.
Baby fingers pressed into a warm breast —
Numb stiff fingers on a gun stock.
Desires of youth filled — age, with desires twisted.
Two souls living — one soul dead.
Innocent white card, rearranger of life.
LETTER FROM HOME
A letter came from home today, leaving me feeling a sickly pea-green. Three words did it Those jaj-ed
scratching from Mother's pen dug in, penetrating me as that hoary frost did the hills and valleys early this morn-
ing. It ,s silly that they should mean so much, but they do. These are the words: "We moved today "
Imagine that! My family moved from our home! My home! After living sixteen years in a house that lived
and breathed home, that mo ded itself to our needs, that always called us to come back, now it's all over. The
calamity of it! The death of home!
Where ami going for Christmas vacation? Must I visit the family in their strange, new possession? I want to
go home.— home to that old, ten room brick house down in the heart of town. I don't want to go to their duplex
up there m— Heights, where all the rich people are supposed to live. We aren't one of them. It'll be a strain
rather than a relaxation to go there.
I can almost see myself traipsing down a foreign street in the snow, lugging a battered old suitcase in one
freezing hand fingering a p.ece of paper in the other. The paper has on it my new address. I wonder what the
new home will look like? This foster child thrust upon me. Is it big enough to keep our furniture on friendly
terms with each other? What about our stuff, our junk, that was stored on the third floor back home' I bet
any money that the sentimental souvenirs that I've saved for years were torn open. I hope they saw the senti-
mentality rather than the silliness in them— and kept them for me. The letter says. "Be prepared to part with
many of your belongings when you come home for Christmas."
I'd like to sneak back to my old home, naked as it will be,— or rudely intruded upon by strangers— just to
linger a tiny bit, and then go to the new house. I'll adapt myself to it as I would a step-mother or step-father
or as 1 would to any new possession, but it will be hard, and I am stubborn.
— Miriam Louise Evans
I rolled out of bed hating for a second the bright sunshine which streaked the dusty floor. Why couldn't it be
dark just a little longer?
After quietly making up my bed, I gathered my utensils to make my morning ,ourney to the bathroom Re-
turn.ng I found my roommate had finally managed to brave the morning. We dressed in silence, one movine
over grudgingly at the dresser while both applied the essentials of facial beauty.
I dont have a first period class so I retired to my desk to study some much needed history. My roommate
hunted frantically for her jacket and books. Rushing out the door as the bell rings she flings me' a smile and
my morning greeting, "See you at chapel." —Katharine Stith
HOW TO STUDY
There's really an art to studying, and when you disco
personal technique and it is up to every individual to disco
nique that has been highly developed by college student
mended particularly for Junior and Senior girls.
The night before an important quiz, come home imm
and ask them to stay for coffee. When they insist on lea
another half-hour at least. After they leave you can wri
(you've already written him one that day in Philosophy c
rugs on the fire escape. This takes lots of time. After th
clothes that have been sprinkled and re-sprinkled, if it i
linen, read a magazine — one that has a book-length novel-
If this isn't enough you can still paste pictures in youi
of your wardrobe and knit on a sweater.
By this time it should be 1 1 o'clock. You may now t
But you're so tired and sleepy — just set the alarm for fiv
Do this before every quiz and you will make your grad
ver it, your grades are made. Now, everyone has his own
ver his own method of study. The following is one tech-
s and I offer it to you for what it is worth. It is recom-
ediately after supper. Bring the gang into your room
ving at 7:30 make another pot of coffee and they'll stay
te a letter home and another one to your best boy friend
lass). Clean your room next and be sure to shake the
at, shampoo your hair and manicure your nails, iron
s linen night insist that it is your time to get the clean
-and make your roommates' bed.
photograph album, read old letters, take an inventory
ake your book off the shelf — dust it — and get in bed.
e o'clock. Turn off the light and then Peace.
es — what kind of grades? That's your worry — not mine!
— Katharine Sutherland
Life is mine — to do with as I will!
And I may take it from the depths of sober mediocrity
And sling it to the heights of storm swept peaks
Amid the clouds and lightning and the sunshine
Of Love and Laughter —
And. there — when sunset comes — abandon it!
For Life is mine!
— Ann de Jarnette
This thing that has been done to me
For which once I would have severed
That gossamer strand between
Being and nothing
I now provoke.
Life is too exciting to relinquish
I long to spread myself as a film over
To grasp every sensuous contact:
to catch divine laughter in the wind stride
And swagger with callous smile under street lamps
Wresting substance from mire.
Living is beyond suffering,
I must hurl myself in Universe
Before I become of earth —
Before I melt into sun.
— Ermon Fay Johnson
My heart lifts
Clamoring for food;
Refusing to believe
Your empty hand.
—Nellie I. Crabb
1 slid down the haystack, absently chewing a blade of grass. Then I climbed back up .ind just sat there. Below
the crest of the next hill, my father and old Henry, who lived in the tenant house, were swinging scythes in a
sort of dramatic rhythm. 1 knew, without looking at them, that they were breathing heavily, their shirts plastered
to their backs with sweat. Behind me a hen cackled, the sound scattering into smaller fragments of sound, and
falling back into the noisy quietness of country life. There was pattern here, a harmonious pattern of hens and bees
and steamy horses and brown-footed children. Not that I was aware of these things. At eight, I didn't deal in
realities of later importance. I realized only that my father knew everything in the world, that Judy, who wasn't
quite six, was a mere baby, and that one went over gates, not through them.
Bv the time I was fifteen I was far too sophisticated to slide down haystacks or even sit on them. But there was
one less public than the others, on a sheltered southern slope from which I could look at and through Elk Knob.
By this time I knew all the answers. My father had grown hopelessly old-fashioned, and Judy, at twelve and a
half, was st'll afflicted with extreme youth. A certain boy named Billy Thomas had beautiful brown eyes.
Last summer it wasn't sentiment that made me go back to the old haystack. It was a deliberate experiment.
When I was sure to the point of desperate finality that nobody knows anything, that the old order never was and
that there is no order about the new ... I climbed to the top of the havstack and sat there waiting for things to
happen. At first nothing did. Then when I had forgotten why I had come, absorbed in the dark and light design
made by one tall milkweed shadow, that feeling came back with all the concreteness of which a mere feeling is
capable. I knew then that all was right with the world and that security can be entered into and left like a state of
There is something about haystacks. — Ruby Ball
I was not quite certain what I wanted,
I said to the shopkeeper (Her name was Fate,
I learned later)
And if I might just look - - -
Certainly, she assured me, and maybe she could help me.
Now here's a nice life — she spread it full-length before me
And, I examining its brown-warm pattern of complacent existence
(Suspicious of hearth and home-fire)
Agreed with her that it was nice.
Secure in the knowledge that I should never possess it.
Then we have others . . . her voice was pale honey —
This, maybe. . .
I caught my breath at its beauty,
And my fingers were feverish for it.
The shortest bit of life it was — a mere scrap —
But clear to the edge its colors were
Passion and poverty
Loveliness and loneliness
W'ildness and wise-men's scorn.
Thai — /'// fake that one, my voice crashed hoarse through her sales-talk;
Impatient I waited while paper and strings went around it
Then stood with my package, stricken
/ had not asked of her what price 1 should pay.
— Ruby Greenwell
From the WALLPAPER
These excerpts are chosen indiscriminately from the columns "Little Grains of
Sandie," and "A Nickel's Worth," written for the Wallpaper by Frances Sanders
and Margaret Nichol.
My roommate sez:
I wish we would have more school chapels so I could knit without feeling I was
wasting my time.
Isn't it funny how tastes change. Little girls like painted dolls; little boys like
soldiers. When they grow up, the girls like soldiers and the boys go for the
Old Chinese proverb say —
Where there's smoke there's fire.
Cabinet say —
Where there's smoking there's firing.
Parting words — "The sooner 1 never see your face again the better it will be
for both of us when we meet."
As they parted for the night she said to him — "Wipe my silly grin off your
Boarding Hall Notice:
You Can't Take It With You.
Our favorite A.M. P. (absent-minded professor) spent half an hour in front of
a mirror trying to remember where he had seen that face before.
Prof: This exam will be conducted on the honor system. Please take seats three
seats apart and in alternate rows.
Three-week graves are due any day now.
A rumor says they're grading posture on the curve system these days.
Who always borrows, never lends?
Who brings around her lowbrow friends?
Who hogs the only study lamp?
Who uses your last postage stamp?
Who wears your necklace out to vamp?
But who's a constant pal to you?
Who overlooks the things you do?
Who knows and loves you through and through?
I don't care who wins the election — one man is just as good as the other — if not
My roommate sez:
CE EX COMMITTEE
Ochoco, Bledsoe, Elannery, Shupe, Bowie, Cfouse, Burns, Gill, Mrs. Huntington, Current,
Miss Stooker, Sletvett, Eakin, Eisenhour, Reverend Huntington, Raburn, Orick, Campbell
The Christian Endeavor is a religious organization sponsored by the Union Church. It
has a large membership made up mostly of college students.
WOMEN'S HOUSE GOVERNMENT
Dodd, Black, Mills, Gipson, Chapin
Allen, Paredes, Elmore, Click, Snoderass
MEN'S HALL UNION
Pilson, Singleton, Walters
McGuire, Greene, Callison
Stevens, Wilson, Click, Mills, Allen,
Hall, McDaniel, Hendricks, Har-
grove, Walters, Shoun, Ela, Lackey,
Hatcher, Pilson, John, Ward, Nes-
tor. Hutchins, Ross.
Brooks, Noblitt, Hardin, Hensley.
Pilson, Moore, Perry, Mills, Baker,
Whitman, Brickey, Shutt, Litton,
Desimone, Riffe, Clark, Current,
Beck, Hensley, Sattler, Shupc,
Hughes, Litton, Deaton, Duff,
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Steinorth, Johnson, Click, Peasley,
Roberts, Perry, Dejarnette, God-
bey, Rice, Roberts, Hill, Stevens,
Kazee, Stevens, Kessel, Burley,
Los h bough
Kirk, Hinchman, Jones, Flannery,
Bandy, Hartt, Yeary, Sharp, Mc-
Roberts, White, John, Andrews,
Maggard, McLain, Bowles, Hensley,
Stevens, Reynolds, Filmore. Brown,
The purpose of the Vanguards is to investigate, discuss, and stimulate interest in social and
economic problems. Investigation yields knowledge and knowledge is a prerequisite of understand-
ing. Furthermore, wise judgments and actions are possible only when the problems and issues are
understood. And in as much as discussion clarifies issues and reveals the nature of problems
being investigated, the importance of its role in the effort to understand problems is hard to
In the spring of 1939, the Public Affairs Forum was organized for the purpose of promot-
ing better understanding of public affairs through study, discussion, lectures, and pictures. Dur-
ing the two years of its existence it has become a vital organization on the campus. Member-
ship this year exceeds 100.
The most important project of the Forum is the Laboratory, a library of contemporary pro-
paganda, which contains material from over 400 organizations in the United States and foreign
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FORUM
SIGMA PI SIGMA
Kilgore, Hardiman, Hale, Howsmon, Fenn, Rosenbaum, Noll, Bratcher
Walters, Hardiman, Roach, Laswell, Hicks, Bailey, Rice, Ward, Burroughs, Wright,
Bratcher, Howsmon, Hurst, Moore, Perry, Eisenhour, Hoffman, Fry, Atkins, Henderson,
Martin, Warner, Blaker, Bays, Ayres, Hutcherson.
TAU KAPPA ALPHA
Day, Beck, Sattler, Hinchman,
Dunford, Schumate, Phillpott,
Steinberger, Runnells, Schorman,
Noblitt, Nestor, Riffe, Armstrong,
Robinson, Deaton, Herndon, Queen,
Masengill, Combest, Scott, Allen,
PI GAMMA MU
Hoffman, Ball, Grimes, Parades,
Bow, Steinberger, Stevens. Stein-
orth, Quinn, Atkinson, Wright,
Ross, Milton, Fisher, Morris, Queen,
John, Masengill, Henderson, Hens-
ley, McLain, Muelder,. Hatcher,
Chidester, Allen, Noblitt, Carnes,
DELTA PHI ALPHA
Bailey, Brenda, Coleman, Pauck,
Quinn, Damron, Brann, Welch,
Barr, Cossett, Born, Queen, Thomp-
son, Hughes, Lyell, Witten, Fisher,
Hoffman, Muelder, Morton.
Durham, (Conductor), McNeer,
Hays, Wagers, Lambert, Elliot,
Keener, Spence, Morrell, Hoffman,
Ingraham, Love, Blackburn, Lord,
Tomlin, Burley, Hays, Popenhagen,
Wygal, Alley, Shillings, Wesley,
Cloyd, Keener, Denham, Estep,
Craig, Haverly, Wesley, Welch,
Nestor, King, Robinson, Davis,
Kilbourne, Durham, Bent, Hays,
Hibbets, Russell, Reynolds, Buch-
Hall, Clark, Keener, M. Keener,
Morgan, Durham, Spence, Crippen,
Ochoco, Crossen, Balzer, Morell,
Ingraham, Durham, Stillings, Alley,
Popenhagen, M. Keener, Weekes,
Bent, Rigby, Hibbits, Cloyd, Wes-
Jones, (Director), Crase, Lambert,
Blackburn, Diamond, Buchanan,
G. Wesley, Jones, F. Wesley, Davis,
VARSITY WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB
1st. Cox, Canada, Yowell, Davis.
2nd. Strait, Ingraham, Washburn, Young, Eakin, Imrie, Miss Mahon, Coyle.
3rd. Lykins, Scheiberg, Austin, Chasteen, Douglass, Archer, Elliot, Current, Crippen,
Whitaker, Barr, Ritchie, Allen, Dunn, Roberts, Bryan.
VARSITY MEN'S GLEE CLUB
Hartsell, Steinberger, Wesley, Gabbard, Bowen, Benjamin, Slettvet, Warming, Cole,
Smith, Edwards, Craig, Shoemaker, Sutton, Hovey, Hulburt, Runion, Turner, Mills,
Atwater, McLain, Wesley, Roach, Wheeler, Lord, Whitaker, Durham, Prewitt, Bradley,
GLENDON GABBARD, Pres.
PEARL PHILLPOTT, Secy.
FLORENCE SEAY, Treas.
DAYTON HULBURT, V. Pres.
The Dramatic Club, reorganized under the name The Berea Players, has begun a far-reaching
program which has brought many changes in internal organization and broader contacts with
outlying organizations. Membership has reached a new peak of 233 members drawn from the
Lower and Upper divisions.
The Club now has three honoray organizations whose membership is determined by points
given upon the basis of work done: These are:
Alpha Psi Omega — 75 points in acting and stagecraft must be earned for membership.
Tau Delta Tau — requires 750 points in stagecraft alone.
Thespians — open to Academy, requires 200 points in acting and stagecraft, or in acting alone,
or stagecraft alone.
Death Takes a Holiday by Alberto Casella was the fall presentation under the direction of
Katherine Stith. The set was designed by Glendon Gabbard. His account of the stagecraft
problems in producing the play was published in The High School Thespian for March, 1941.
Three-cornered Moon by Gertrude Tonkonogy, the major spring production, was directed
by Frances Snodgrass. Marriage Proposal by Anton Chekhov, under the direction of Esther
Warner, was entered in the Kentucky Drama Festival for high schools and received a superior
rating. Adeline Tinder received a rating of excellent for her characterization of Natalia
Stepanovana in the play.
A total of 3 1 one-act plays have been presented before the Club. These productions have
been carefully criticized by competent reviewers to help maintain a high standard for all work.
The Club wishes to express its appreciation for the leadership and enthusiastic direction of
Dr. Earl W. Blank and Dr. Harry B. Gough.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA
Shumate, Seay, Damron, Snodgrass,
Hulburt, Stith, Queen, Phillpott.
Tender, Razor, Bent
York, Chaney, Welsh
Chappell, Crooks, Thomas
TAU DELTA TAU
Henderson, Snodgrass, Morris, War-
ner, Stith, Gabbard, Phillpott,
The Folk Club has been unusually active this year under the very capable leadership of the
president, B. P. Allen. An opportunity to learn new folk dances and enjoy old ones has been
offered and much interest has been shown by the regular attendance of old members and a con-
tinual increase of new ones.
On February first the entire club participated in a demonstration given between halves of the
basketball game at Seabury Gymnasium.
The Country Dancers is an informal group, its members being students picked from large
folk dance groups throughout the three divisions of the school. The group, under the capable
direction of Mr. Frank Smith, learns the more difficult of the country dances. These they dance
for various occasions on and off the campus in order to show the beauty and fun that may gained
from country dancing.
Cole, Legare, Cromer, Bcckler,
Collins, Pilson, Maltby, Shepherd,
Fannin, Tompkins, Thompson,
Brickey, Fleming, Stewart, Taylor,
Ward, Smith, Raines, Doughtery,
Gunter, Pcrrine, Hunt, Fisher,
Pearson, Norman, May, Nestor,
Fielder, Lord, Morrison, Bowen,
Edwards, Blevins, Hardway, Rosen-
Bailey, Back, Price, Robertson,
Nelon, Dillingham, Buckner, Ed-
wards, Ledford, Jent, Garland,
Young, McDowell, Robinson,
Brown, Few, Maggard, Bradley,
Queen, Thompson, McClure, Wes-
ley, Smith, Haun, Noblitt, Pitt,
Combest, Warming, Eisenhour,
Cornett, Welch, Steinberger, An-
derson, Roberts, Brann, Bailey,
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HOME EC CLUB
Bowie, Hopper, Shrader, Tinsley,
McDaniel, Bow, Gibson, Bowie,
Loshbough, Pearson, Cox, Evans,
Hall, Meredith, Kessel, Burden,
Mitchell, Reeves, Martin, Burns,
Click, Orick, Moore.
AG-HOME EC CLUB
Brooks, Anderson, Thompson, Lit-
tlejohn, Robertson, Mitchell, Back,
Maltby, Bowie, Hopper, Tinsley,
Loshbough, Pearson, Cox, Evans,
McDaniels, Gipson, Loshbough,
Bow, Scott, Garland, Prewitt, Cal-
houn, Callison, Stewart, Pearson,
Cox, Shrader, Hall, Meredith,
Brown, Kessel, McLaughlin, Cole-
man, Smith, Dillingham, Hill, Er-
nest, Reeves, Evans, Lord, Diamond,
Gabbard, Martin, Spradlin, Ward.
Williams, Cornett, Click, Orick,
Bailey, Taylor, Moore, Grimwood,
The Ag. Union is an organization
made up of boys who are majoring
in agriculture. It is one of the
best organizations on the campus,
creating a great deal of interest in
problems of agriculture. It plans
and manages a field day for the
F.F.A. of surrounding communi-
ties where former members of the
Union, are now instructors.
AG JUDGING TEAM
Cromer, Kerr, Mitchell, Stewart, McDonald, McLaughlin
RURAL COMMUNITY LIFE
The purpose of this organization is "the appreciation and improvement of rural life."
An effort is made to have its bi-weekly, educational-recreational programs such that
they could be duplicated in any rural community with the resources and helps available.
H.uin, Wesley, Cooper, Abbott, Spillman
Culbertson, Orth, Evans, Wilkerson, Farmer, Hil
Loefer, Thorington, Gay, Dietz, Jenkins
Hart, Burley, Fillmore, Laswell, Moore, Hensley, Streyifeler
New, Mullins, Taylor, Younge, Eisenhour, Hone, Rice, Thorington
Brown, Clark, Hatcher, Crouch, Shires, Walters, Warming
Cooper, Wilson, Tomlinson, Smith, Steinberger, Mynhier
Prince, Ewcn, Green, Green, Dun-
naway, Clouse, Campbell, Brown,
Chides ter, Eisenhour
Carrington, Sanders, Shoun, Man-
tooth, Nickels, Griffin, Clark, Cole
Mahood, Littell, Combest, Hoff-
man, Cornett, Grubbs, Sinclair,
Butler, Lilly, Whisnant, Richard-
son, Gwinn, Brickey, Clark, Crip-
pen, Knotts, Graham.
Collum, Calmes, Wright, Haverly, Manning, Crippen, Luttrell, Campbell, Shell, Watson
Charles N. Shutt, Dean of Lower Division
Katharine True, Dean of Lower Division Women
Luther Ambrose, Education
Mary Baker, French
Margaret Balzer, Art
Anna Born, German
Eleanor Brooks, English
Joseph Cantieni, Art
Gertrude Cheney, Music
Clarence Dawson, Business
Albert Dekker, Chemistry
Benton Fielder, Agriculture
Willis Fisher, Philosophy and Bible
Harry Gough, English
Oscar Gunkler, Physical Education
Dorothy Hall, Music
Julian Hartt, Philosophy and Bible
Dorothy Harvey, French and Psychology
Rolf Hovey, Music
Jerome Hughes, English
Gladys Jameson, Music
Orrin Keener, Social Studies
Marian Kingman, Home Economics
Celia Kysela, Music
John Loefer, Biology and Chemistry
K. Helen McKinstry, Physical Education
Patricia Mahon, Music
Jane Meek, Music
William Newbolt, Business
Elisabeth Peck, Social Studies
Donald Pugsley, Mathematics
Alice Reid, Home Economics
Ralph Rigby, Music
Mary Risinger, Music
Gilbert Roberts, Mathematics
Pattie Jo Russell, Business
John W. Sattler, English
H D. Schultz, Industrial Arts
Walter Sikes, Philosophy and Bible
Francis Smith, Sociology
Louis Smith, History and Political Science
Annie Southworth, Home Economics
Claude Spillman, Agriculture
Hattie Stowe, Bible and English
Amy Woodruff, Home Economics
Ruth Woods, Home Economics
C.HIMFS = =
Marvin Legare, Pres.
Louis Combest, Prcs.
Robert Brickcv, Vice Pres.
Charles Beck, Vice Pres.
Annabel Brake, Sec.
Nancy Lane Rice, Sec.
Robert Neal Burley, Treas.
Louise Lester. Treas.
Abney, Harold Richmond, Ky.
Adams, Ira Carr Creek, Ky.
Adams, Willie R. Wheelersburg, Ky.
Allender, Jr., fm. Corbin, Ky.
Alley, George Asheville, N.C.
Anderkin, Dorothy Mt. Vernon, Ky.
Anderson, Elmer E. Irvine, Ky.
Askew, Edith Nashville, Tenn.
Bailey, Marion Rochester, N.Y.
Beck, Charles McKinney, Ky.
Benjamin, Bob Friend, Neb.
Bess, Herman Russell, Ky.
Biggerstaff, Edythe Ellenboro, N.C.
Bowling, John East Bernstadt, Ky.
Brickey, Quentin Stephens, Ky.
Bright, Calvin Shansi, China
Brockmann, Kent __ Charles Town, W.Va.
Bussing, Sara E. Rossville, Ga.
Butte, Zora Westminister, S.C.
Campbell, Edith Pineville, Ky.
Cheatham, James Detroit, Mich.
Christy, William Garrison, Ky.
Clark, Charles Edward ._ Cleveland, Ohio
Cloud, Joel Connellys Springs, N.C.
Cochran, Lacy Trout, W.Va.
Coffey, Ruth Creelsboro, Ky.
Combest, Louis W. Liberty, Ky.
Combs, Thomas Langley, Ky.
Cooper, Virginia Thorpe, W.Va.
Craig, Robert L. Benham, Ky.
Craw, Ralph Russell Gansevoort, N.Y.
Creamer, Josephine Afton, Tenn.
Creswell, Harris Talbott, Tenn.
Crippen, Lois Elizabeth Berea, Ky.
Crouser, Jean Mannington, W.Va.
Current, Dixie Lercester, N.C.
Dawson, Frances Peach Creek, W.Va.
Day, Eugene Hazard, Ky.
Day, Harry W. Filbert, W.Va.
DeJarnette, Ann Soddy, Tenn.
Dingess, Lanham __ Chopmonville, W.Va.
Dixon, Lola Ray _ ._ Unus, W.Va.
Dunford, Clarence N. ___ Kimball, W.Va.
Eakin, Eleanor Berea, Ky.
Ebbs, Frances Bristol, Va.
Edwards, Robert Barnardsville, N.C.
Fannin, Earl St. Paul, Ky.
Farris, Donn Michael Welch, W.Va.
Ferrill, Virginia Berea, Ky.
Fielder, Garnett Rural Retreat, Va.
Frye, Kenneth Wardensville, W.Va.
Gray, Jean Chattanooga, Tenn.
Griffin, Eileen Corbin, Ky.
Gross, Jr., John R. Scottsboro, Ala.
Grubbs, Lucille Kidds Store, Ky.
Hatcher, Carl Blue Jay, W.Va.
Henderson, Jr., John D. _ Mt. Vernon, Ky.
Herrin, Virgie Shopville, Ky.
Hinchman, Bill McConnell, W.Va.
Hunter, Gray Ashland, Ky.
Ingle, Cleo Merrow Weaverville, N.C.
Ison, Forrester Whitesburg, Ky.
Jones, James Asheville, N.C.
Jones, Justine __. Ashland, Ky.
Judd, Ophelia Asheville, N.C.
Kellar, Martha Ann Dunneville, Ky.
Kilbourne, Carl Appalachia, Va.
Kirk, Wynona Celina, Tenn.
Kirstein, Florence _ . Black Mountain, N.C.
Lance, Alley Skyland, N.C.
Lankford, Minrose Shenandoah, Va.
Leedy, Allan _. ._ Welch, W.Va.
Leslie, Norma Estill, Ky.
Lester, Louise Greenville, Tenn.
Little, Glynnell Crossville, Tenn.
Lykins, Esther Tollesboro, Ky.
McClure, Georgina Louisa, Ky.
McDowell, Edna West Chester, Iowa
McKnight, Doshia Langmau, Ky.
Magnet, Bettie Joyne Hitchins, Ky.
Mantooth, Frankie Rossville, Ga.
Marrs, Mo Russell, Ky.
Martin, Edna Berea, Ky.
Martin, Jimmie Columbia, S.C.
Metcalf, Joe Waco, Ky.
Miller, Edna Martel, Tenn.
Mills, Moss Manchester, Ky.
Morrell, Garland Spruce Pine, N.C.
Newman, Carl Exeter, Va.
Nickell, Susan Hazel Green, Ky.
Nickels, Margaret Benham, Ky.
Osborn, Audra Louisa, Ky.
Paseur, Earl New Hope, Ala.
Patton, Golden Combs, Ky.
Payne, Opal Midway, Tenn.
Perrine, Harlin Stuart, Va.
Peters, Jeannette Mt. Morris, Pa.
Pilson, Bertha Stuart, Va.
Pitt, Leldon P. Trinity, Ala.
Potter, Homer I. : Louisa, Ky.
Pratt, Ruth Martin, Ky.
Propps, Kathleen Fayetteville, W.Va.
Rainey, Archie Ashland, Ky.
Randies, Mary Lou Berea, Ky.
Rasnake, Bernice Cleveland, Va.
Rawlings, La Rue Ringos Mills, Ky.
Rayburn, J. C. Marion, N.C.
Rice, Nancy Lane Candler, N.C.
Rice, Ora Edison Flay Pond, Tenn.
Riffe, Florine Hager Hill, Ky.
Ritchie, Mildred Blue Diamond, Ky.
Roberts, Lucille Martin, Ky.
Robinette, Gladys Wayne, W.Va.
Robinson, Rubye Lee __ Smithville, Tenn.
Romero, Jose J. Banes Oriente, Cuba
Sanders, Frances Romney, W.Va.
Scheiberg, Ellen Kew Gardens, N.Y.
Scherrer, Victor Dayton, Ohio
Scott, Pearle Covington, Va.
Seay, Florence ._ Asheville, N.C.
Setzer, Carol Morgantown, N.C.
Sexton, Zula Annville, Ky.
Shelton, Nellie Mae Foster Falls, Va.
Shires, James . Hillsboro, W.Va.
Slettvet, Floyd Newcastle, Indiana
Smith, Warren Mayfield, Ky.
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Spickard, Dorothy White Pine, Term.
Stamper, Teddy Olive Hill, Ky.
Stanley, Eugene Betsy Layne, Ky.
Steinberger, Clarence Berea, Ky.
Stevers, Mary Kathleen Pembroke, Va.
Strong, Ethel Saldee, Ky.
Tennant, Harry Williamsville, Va.
Thomas, Orlando Oneida, Tenn.
Utter, Madelon Larkensville, Ala.
Vaughn, Grace Mooresburg, Tenn.
Wagers, Martha Berea, Ky.
Waters, Cecelia Inman, S.C.
Watson, James Arthur Pineville, Ky.
Wells, Earl Williamsport, Ky.
Wesley, Fred Lynch, Ky.
Whitaker, Buford Etowah, Tenn.
Whitfield, Bruce Georges Fork, Va.
Witten, Raleigh E. Auxier, Ky.
Wolfram, Alice ._ Berea, Ky.
Wygal, Sam Corbin, Ky.
Yowell, Margaret Peola Mills, Va.
Davidson, Farris Oneida, Ky.
Adams, Robert R. Wheelersburg, Ky.
Adams, Mach Pittsburgh, Ky.
Allen, George E. Berea. Ky.
Alley, Mary Grethel, Ky.
Arledge, Fred Hendersonville, N.C.
Armfield, Eve Anne Tampa, Florida
Arnett, Willard Rose Hill, Va.
Atchley, Margaret Lenoir City, Tenn.
Baker, Byron Brodhead, Ky.
Ball, Zora Pineknot, Ky.
Barath, John __ ._ Red Jacket, W.Va.
Barnett, Nancy Mae Berea, Ky.
Barr, Evelyn Blountville, Tenn.
Bradley, Billy Loud, Ky.
Beck, Ovaline Baughman, Ky.
Beck, Olga __ _^ Baughman, Ky.
Begley, Frieda Berea, Ky.
Bell, Bertha Liberty, Ky.
Blevins, Glen Nathaniel __ Bakersville, N.C.
Booher, Lurine Monroe, Tenn.
Bowen, Ermel Stone Coal, W.Va.
Brady, Verna Copenhagen, N.Y.
Brake, Annabel Petersburg, W.Va.
Brickey, Robert Stephens, Ky.
Brown, Ralph Buchanan, Va.
Breckler, Vivian Lee Coalgood, Ky.
Bryson, Laura Delila Spartanburg, S.C.
Buchanan, Jr., Hiram Benham, Ky.
Buckner, Boyce Scheville, N.C.
Ernest, C. Burchett Stambaugh, Ky.
Burley, Robert Neal Omar, W.Va.
Butler, Mary Wellford, S.C.
Caddell, Theodore Holly Hill, Ky.
Campbell, June Middlesboro, Ky.
Campbell, German __ Robbinsville, N.C.
Cawood, Walter Lee Cawood, Ky.
Chambers, Mildred Louisa, Ky.
Chandler, Dorothy Greenville, Tenn.
Chapman, Buster Ashford, N.C.
Clark, Edmonia Hammond, Ky.
Coates, Mary E. Banco, Va.
Colbert, Doris Okolona, Miss.
Cole, Robert E. Lynch, Ky.
Counts, Harold Nealy Ridge, Va.
Coyle, Bob Carolyn Berea, Ky.
Craig, Mary Margaret Mt. Vernon, Ky.
Creekmore, Nadene Creekmore, Ky.
Crouch, William E. Carlisle, Ky.
Cyrus, William F. Buchanan, Ky.
Daugherty, William Lloyd __ Grundy, Va.
Davis, Alta Mae Middlesburg, Ky.
Davis, Wilma Juanita Loyall, Ky.
Dawes, Arthur Catherine, Ky.
Deitz, Estil Graydon, W.Va.
Dodson, Jean Mill Springs, Ky.
Dunn, William Bristol, Va.
Dunn, Mary Berea, Ky.
Durham, Helen Beatrice __ Moreland, Ky.
Eads, Jennetta Eubank, Ky.
Edwards, Ella Florence Sparta, N.C.
Edwards, Harry Chattanooga, Tenn.
Elam, Paul E. Corbin, Ky.
Eldredge, Frances Hixon, Tenn.
Ernest, Margaret Walhalla, S.C.
Fair, Ruth Hollis Liberty, Ky.
Falkenburg, Ruth Warren Louisville, Ky.
Few, Ernest Benson Taylors, S.C.
Fielder, Robert Lee Berea, Ky.
Fisher, Z. Maxine Somerset, Ky.
Fitzpatrick, Emogene Hazard, Ky.
Fitzwater, Evelyn Louise __ Mallen, W.Va.
Flannery, Clyde C. Dunham, Ky.
Fletcher, Paul Deskins, Va.
Foley, Hazel Russell Springs, Ky.
Fox, Alice Crossville, Tenn.
Free, Grace Sevierville, Tenn.
French, Helen Marie Stanton, Ky.
Gabbard, Mildred Berea, Ky.
Garber, Louis Lee Staunton, Va.
Gifford, Constance Tabriz, Iran
Gilliam, Marjorie Livingston, Ky.
Gilreath, James E. Corbin, Ky.
Givens, Evelyn Smithville, Tenn.
Griswold, Mabel Asheville, N.C.
Guffey, Mary Jamestown, Ky.
Gunter, Jr., George Beverly ._ Stuart, Va.
Hamilton, Thomas Birmingham, Ala.
Hann, Edith Eulene Littleton, Ala.
Hansel, Margaret Pine Hill, Ky.
Harber, Glen Rose Hill, Va.
Heatherly, Gertha Lee Jellico, Tenn.
Heatherly, Paul Jellico, Tenn.
Herndon, Douglas Berwind, W.Va.
Hiatt, Virginia Wildie, Ky.
Hill, Georgia Ewing, Va.
Hill, Gideon D. Pilot Mountain. N.C.
Hoffman, Jesse Edward __ Burkesville, Ky.
Hollyfield, Grace Gertrude __ Pound, Va.
Home, Marie Coeburn, Va.
Howard, Pauline Loyall, Ky.
Hubbard, John W. Nora, Ky.
Humphreys, Charles __ Marlington, W.Va.
Hunt, Raymond Forest City, N.C.
Hysinger, David Brodhead, Ky.
Jenkins, Carl Flat Ridge, Va.
Jones, Arlie Bethelridge, Ky.
Jones, Eunice Sylvia _„ East Lynn, W.Va.
Keathley, Mary Black Mountain, N.C.
Keen, Katherine Flora __ Helenwood, Tenn.
Keen, Polly Marie Dryhill, Ky.
Kennamer, James Woodville, Ala.
Keyser, Emmett M. ._ Ashland, Ky.
King, Stanton Bristol, Tenn.
Knotts, Betty Jo Atlantic City, N.J.
Kuykendall, Nancy E. Asheville, N.C.
Hart, Lewis Berea, Ky.
Lockhart, Lunelle Clarkrange, Tenn.
Loftis, Monna Eloise Campbello, S.C.
Lowman, Reavis __ Connelly Springs, N.C.
Legare, Marvin Lucien __. Lynchburg, Va.
Lufburrow, Robert A. _ Ocean Grove, N.J.
Luster, George Lowell McKinney, Ky.
Lykins, Samuel W. Edna, Ky.
Mahood, Chester R. Oak Hill, W.Va.
McGinnis, Gladys Dry Creek, W.Va.
Miller, Jason Dandridge, Tenn.
McKenzic, Beulah K. Louisville, Ky.
McNeer, R. Mason Williamson, W.Va.
McNeill, Robert F. Fallsburg, Ky.
Moore, Dewey Fallsburg, Ky.
Moore, Jewell Tyner, Ky.
Morrison, Hugh Greeneville, Tenn.
Morton, June Rosebud __ South Shore, Ky.
Nelon, Claude Rufus Lake Lure, N.C.
Nelson, Mildred Corbin, Ky.
Nestor, Billie Marie Marmet, W.Va.
Noss, Margaret Aomari, Japan
O'Daniel, Sarah Lee, North Belmont, N.C.
Orth, Esther New York, N.Y.
Owens, Frances Mae __ Deablock, Ky.
Parks, Robert D. Elkin, N.C.
Parris, Ray Boom, Tenn.
Peaslee, Ruth __ __ Oak Park, 111.
Pennington, Eldred Fielden, Ky.
McCoy, Pitt Trinity, Ala.
Porter, Leland Booneville, Ky.
Potter, Hazel Yeager, Ky.
Potter, Irene Louisa, Ky.
Raines, Earnest Breaks, Va.
Reber, Elwood Westtown, Penn.
Reynolds, Hazel __ Connelly Springs, N.C.
Reynolds, Paul J. Hindman, Ky.
Rickard, Robert R. Thomas, W.Va.
Riddle, John James Mt. Vernon, Ky.
Russell, Henry Clay, New Tazewell, Tenn.
Saylor, Ruth Marie Berea, Ky.
Saeger, Clinton Lenoir City, Tenn.
Sears, Nadeane Somerset, Ky.
Sharp, Mary Nell Knoxville, Tenn.
Shaw, Marie Elizabeth Charters, Ky.
Shoemaker, Harold Lloyd Panola, Ky.
Shupe, Mary Anna Berea, Ky.
Sinclaire, Love Elizabeth . _ Spindale, N.C.
Smith, Mildred Prichard, W.Va.
Smith, Ruby Lee Disputanta, Ky.
Steinberger, William Berea, Ky.
Stewart, Wayne Wildie, Ky.
Stillings, Frank Stuart London, Ky.
Swearengin, Granuel Grant, Ala.
Sykes, Anna Lee CHntwood, Va.
Tatone, Lige Mullens, W.Va.
Taylor, Ellen Sawyer, Ky.
Taylor, Loretta Bluefield, W.Va.
Tewell, Frederick Davis, W.Va.
Thomas, William John Ashland, Ky.
Thomason, James Douglas _. Cullman, Ala.
Thomas, Luella Ruth Newport, Ky.
Thomson, Nora Lou Louisville, Ky.
Thorpe, Dovie Gaynell Haddix, Ky.
Tomlin, Alma Ruth _ Richwood, W.Va.
Trumbo, Dorothy L. Tollesboro, Ky.
Trusty, Geraldine F. Berea, Ky.
Waddle, Lewis Edward Somerset, Ky.
Walters, Letta Pumpkin Chapel, Ky.
Wheeler, Robert E. Grayson, Ky.
Whisnant, Pollyanna Ollis, N.C.
Whitaker, Eva Nell Ludlow, Ky.
Whitman, Lenore Lee Stollings, W.Va.
Wilcoxen, June Elisabeth _. Hixson, Tenn.
Wilson, Wilma Berea, Ky.
Wilson, Stanley Tesbas, Ky.
Wood, Alpha Jacksboro, Tenn.
Woods, Goldie Viper, Ky.
Woody, Mildred Burnsville, N.C.
Wooten, Norman Forest City, N.C.
Worley, Clyde Whitley City, Ky.
Wyatt, Robert C. Piney Creek, N.C.
Yambor, Helen Marie Havaco, W.Va.
Yeager, Marian Corbin, Ky.
Young, Annabelle Omar, W.Va.
Blakey, Ralph Jamestown, Ky.
Lilly, Perl _. ._ Pineville, W.Va.
Deyton, Wendell Jonesboro, Tenn.
Strong, Kathleen Saldee, Ky.
Calico, Denny Berea, Ky.
Dellinger, Eugene Altamont, N.C.
Ewen, Juanita Berea, Ky.
Popenhagen, Frieda New Brenson, Ohio
Sutherland, Parkis CHntwood, Va.
Cook, Mary Pageton, W.Va.
Allen, Mildred Orlando, Ky.
Allen, Nancy Berea, Ky.
Ambrose, Ellen Berea, Ky.
Bandy, James Hager, Ky.
Bays, Juanita Cage, Ky.
Bent, Wilson Berea, Ky.
Bledsoe, Joe Creelsboro, Ky.
Botner, Theodore Berea, Ky.
Brandenburg, Miriam Berea, Ky.
Brown, Bessie Mozelle, Ky.
Burchett, Nell _„ __ Rock, W.Va.
Campbell, Gladys Krypton, Ky.
Center, Mabel Berea, Ky.
Chaney, Edna Owingsville, Ky.
Chappell, Charlene Ashland, Ky.
Coffey, Harding Wonnie, Ky.
Coffey, Willis Disputants, Ky.
Collingsworth, Edward - Hazard, Ky.
Collins, Theodore Cumberland, Ky.
Cooper, Margaret Oakdale, Tenn.
Crabtree, Carl Oneida, Tenn.
Crooks, Sarah Ashland, Ky.
Culbertson, Lois Surgoinsville, Tenn.
Davis, Truman Grayson, Ky.
Dodd, Helen Berea, Ky.
Durbin, D. R. Berea, Ky.
Fowler, Hilda Berea, Ky.
Gibson, Raymond Prospect, Ky.
Gibson, Wallace Prospect, Ky.
Gilbert, Edgar Berea, Ky.
Hall, Catherine Lexington, Ky.
Hamblin, Norman Sumner, Ky.
Hammins, Margaret Corbin, Ky.
Hatcher, Madeline Berea, Ky.
Hays, Don Berea, Ky.
Hurst, Caleb Knox Fork, Ky.
Cameroun, French West Africa
Keener, Carolyn Berea, Ky.
Kelly, Marjorie Evarts, Ky.
Kilbourne, George Paintlick, Ky.
Kiser, Claud Washington, D. C.
Lane, Davis Greenville, Tenn.
Lewis, Snowden Causey, Ky.
Luf burrow, Peter Ocean Grove, N. J.
Luttrell, Otha Windsor, Ky.
Mcintosh, Woodrow Houston, Ky.
MeKinley, Lorene Jamestown, Ky.
Medich, Dorothy . South Bend, Ind.
Moore, Ruby Beauty, Ky.
Mynhier, Newton Yale, Ky.
Noland, James Waco, Ky.
Ogle, Mary Sevierville, Tenn.
Price, Luella Sand Springs, Ky.
Rambeau, Marjorie Berea, Ky.
Randolph, Jeanne Black Mountain, N. C.
Rector, Arvel Monticello, Ky.
Rector, Mary '. Monticello, Ky.
Roberts, Rell Osborn, Ky.
Ross, Gertrude Knoxville, Tenn.
Russell, Lilhe Mae Loy, Arkansas
Sandifer, Esther Harrogate, Tenn.
Sandlin, Mary D. Hazard, Ky.
Schraeder, Robert Louellen, Ky.
Sewell, Eugenia Albany, Ky.
Shutt, Vae Berea, Ky.
Smith, Arlie Hazard, Ky.
Smith, Martha Hazard, Ky.
Spence, Helen Berea, Ky.
Stafford, Eileen Berea, Ky.
Sturgill, Winifred Prestonsburg, Ky.
Taylor, James Sawyers, Ky.
Taylor, Mildred Crab Orchard, Ky.
Taylor, Timothy Sawyer, Ky.
Troutman, Everett Wilton, Ky._
Wesley, Hoy Mangum, Ky.
Pridemore, Georgia Gibson Station, Va.
C H I M E S
Abbott, Okra Ritner, Ky.
Abney, Geneva Disputanta, Ky.
Baker, Roy Avawam, Ky.
Ball, Eugene D. Pine Knot, Ky.
Beaty, Marvin Ovadene Columbia, Ky.
Beculhimer, Orion Keaton, Ky.
Bilotta, Angelo Coalgood, Ky.
Bilotta, Thomas Coalgood, Ky.
Bowles, Howard Hazard, Ky.
Bowling, Winston Peabody, Ky.
Branscum, Hobert Delta, Ky.
Broyles, Hazel Plato, Ky.
Calmes, Alva Evelyn, Ky.
Calmes, Kenneth Evelyn, Ky.
Calmes, Vina Evelyn, Ky.
Campbell, Joe Frank Creelsboro, Ky.
Capps, David Berea, Ky.
Caudill, Lorna Salyersville, Ky.
Chaney, Mary D. Furnace, Ky.
Chancy, Wesley Bloss, Ky.
Childers, Jack Lexington, Ky.
Clark, Donald Berea, Ky.
Clark, Mary Bernice Berea, Ky.
Collins, Henry West Liberty, Ky.
Combs, Billy Lothair, Ky.
Cooper, Fred Hockville, Ky.
Cottongim, Lowell Cottongim, Ky.
Crase, Ressie Burg, Ky.
Cox, Rovie Bethesda, Ky.
Creech, Evelyn Pine Mountain, Ky.
Davidson, Emily Oneida, Ky.
Deborde, Verna Level Green, Ky.
Fielder, Mary Katherine Berea, Ky.
Foley, Marshall __ Webbs Cross Roads, Ky.
France, Juanita Blue Diamond, Ky.
Frazier, Vivian Berea, Ky.
Gay, Shelby Bowlingtown, Ky.
Gilbert, Jackie London, Ky.
Gilliam, Anna Lee Livingston, Ky.
Graham, Ernest Pell City, Ala.
Graham, Margaret Berea, Ky.
Green, Virgle Walling, Tenn.
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Gregory, Jessie Lee Haddix, Ky.
Griffith, Rowena Berea, Ky.
Guarch, Agustin M., Antilla, Oriente, Cuba
Hall, Charles _.._. __ Jeff, Ky.
Hamby, Thomas Copperhill, Tenn.
Hardwick, Renda Mintonville, Ky.
Haverly, Curtis W. Corbin, Ky.
Hayes, Edna Brodhead, Ky.
Hedrick, Louellen Montcalm, W.Va.
Henderson, William Edward __ Frakes, Ky.
Hicks, Ruben Strunk, Ky.
Hoskins, Constance Hyden, Ky.
Hubbard, Keith Williamsfield, Ohio
Huntington, Margaret Berea, Ky.
Jones, Nancy Kenova, W.Va.
Jones, Ruth Detroit, Mich.
King, Jane Taft, Ky.
Leadingham, Anna L. Triplett, Ky.
Leach, Dorothy Jamestown, Ky.
Liles, Betty Jo Chattanooga, Tenn.
Litton, Columbus Clarence, Ky.
Litton, Edwin Clinchmore, Tenn.
Lockin, William Berea, Ky.
McCord, Louis : Sheffield, Ala.
Marlar, Lucy Honey Bee, Ky.
Monical, Louise Owensboro, Ky.
Mullins, Eva Climax, Ky.
Park, Ray Irvine, Ky.
Parker, Oma Corbin, Ky.
Parks, Irene Berea, Ky.
Pearl, Louellen London, Ky.
Picklesimer, Mary Louise Kernio, Ky.
Potts, Finis Pumpkins Chapel, Ky.
Powell, Robert Falls View, W.Va.
Profitt, Modelle Louisville, Ky.
Reynolds, Arthur Goose Rock, Ky.
Russell, James Loy, Arkansas
Saylor, Faye Bledsoe, Ky.
Sandlin, Tolbert Chavis, Ky.
Suarez, Carlos Banes, Orte, Cuba
Scott, Ted A. Quitman, Ga.
Shrader, John Ralph Tazewell, Va.
Skeen, Earl Emerson Walden, Ky.
Spillman, Donald B'erea, Ky.
Stafford, Linley Berea, Ky.
Stoddard, Edward Chicago, 111.
Strong, Nancy Otisco, Ind.
Sturgill, Dennis Smilox, Ky.
Sturgill, Don E. Smilox, Ky.
Swoboda, Mavis Cincinnati, Ohio
Tarter, Herlan Russell Springs, Ky.
Terry, Goldie Lee Oneida, Tenn.
Terry, Miles Juan, Ky.
Turner, Mattie London, Ky.
Underwood, Billy Richlands, Va.
Vaughn, Holston Athens, Tenn.
Venable, Rufus Vincent, Ky.
Ward, Roy Zeb Youngs Creek, Ky.
Watson, Louis West Liberty, Ky.
Webb, Joe Vanceburg, Ky.
Wesley, Mae S. Mangum, Ky.
Wethington, Gladys Opal Lizton, Ind.
White, James Richlands, Va.
Winkle, Robert Alumbaugh, Ky.
Wylie, Jonnie Knoxville, Tenn.
York, James Phil, Ky.
Arms, Windle Celina, Tenn.
Baker, Cova Cinda, Ky.
Dunn, Burnice Bristol, Va.
Van Winkle, Dena Anchorage, Ky.
Herill, Mabel Mooresboro, N. C.
Pattern, Charles __ __ Jackson, Ky.
Popenhagen, Frieda New Bremen, Ohio
Bryson, Kenneth __ _ Asheville, N. C.
Crockett, Curtis North Tazewell, Va.
Dent, William Hixson, Tenn.
De Simone, Grace Ann McRoberts, Ky.
Dixon, Luwanda __ Unus, W.Va.
Francisco, Blanche Hellier, Ky.
Gordon, Henrietta Middlesboro, Ky.
Holt, Geneva Berea, Ky.
Hillman, Margaret Dungannon, Va.
Ingle, Eugenia Weaverville, N. C.
Lutton, Elizabeth Cincinnati, Ohio
McMillian, Elizabeth __ __ Milton, W.Va.
Queen, Annie Canton, N. C.
Ruckel, Bernice _ Vanceburg, Ky.
Shupe, Earl Berea. Ky.
Singleton, Donald .. ._ Westminster, S. C.
White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
Wallen, Agnes _. __ St. Charles, Va.
Wallen, Mavis _. __ St. Charles, Va.
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Clark — Coach
M O U N TA
Callison — Manager
I N E E R S
From the standpoint of games won and lost, the second year of Coach Clark's efforts
resulted in the most successful season in several years. In winning six games during the
regular season, the Blue and White cagers displayed some of the best ball handling seen in local
circles for some time. The Mountaineers presented a high scoring combination which was
seldom too far behind to be a threat. Although the prevacation games, which resulted in
losses to Georgetown and Transy, gave little indication of anything better than a mediocre
season the team swung into action after Christmas with a spirit that was not to be denied.
Highly evaluated teams from Wesleyan and Eastern came to town only to be beaten by the
rampaging Mountaineers. Then after a disheartening two point loss to Union's Bulldogs,
the Blue and White came back to avenge previous losses by disposing of Georgetown and
Transylvania. At this point Lady Luck frowned on the Bereans who then lost hard fought
battles to Morehead, Eastern, Louisville, and Wesleyan. However, the Clark men ended
the regular season in the right column by defeating Centre in the last home game of the season.
When Berea drew into the same bracket as Western for the K.I.A.C. tournament at Eastern,
all chances for success were negligible. The boys survived the first round by again defeating
Transy 40-35, but bowed out to a superior Western team by a score of 53-33 on the following
Five men will be lost from this year's team by graduation: "Big" Joe Greene, leading point
scorer and member of the 1941 all K.I.A.C. tournament team; Charley Hale, varsity guard
for three seasons and captain of the team; Wilbur Harper, lanky forward; Chad Mullins of
the never-say-die spirit; and the spunkiest of all — little Og Stewart.
The remaining members of the squad, Bays, Moore, Bailey, Adams and Bess, coupled
with the members of a promising frosh team should give Berea a well balanced quint for the
Since 1932, Berea's cinder men have virtually monopolized the track championship of the
K.I.A.C. In these eight years, the track-men have garnered six state championship trophies,
having lost in '36 to Centre's Colonels and to the Hilltopper's of Western in '39.
The ranks of the Champion Mountaineers of 1940 were badly riddled by graduation. The
loss of co-captains Powell and Caudill, along with Tully, Davis, Nickell, and Felton will be
keenly felt, for these men composed the nucleus of one of the strongest teams ever to appear
on the cinders, and compiled the enviable of going through the 1940 season without losing
Prospects for the coming season are not so bright as last year, and rumblings from out of the
West indicate some stiff competition from the lads from Bowling Green. Although it is too
early in the season to make any prediction of the outcome of the track wars, hopes are high
for another Trophy for the Mountaineer runners. Seniors, who are participating in their
last year of intercollegiate competition, are Cromer, Howsmon, Walters, Mullins.
For the first time in the history of the school the tennis team can boast its own coach who
does not have to divide his time with another team. Wilson Evans, the Alumni Secretary,
has agreed to take over the coaching duties, and his net experience should aid the team. From
the fourteen men who answered his first call for practice at the gym, Coach Flvans will
choose the men who will represent Berea against such competition as Tennessee, Kentucky, and
Cincinnati. Last year's racqueteers were not victorious in any of their eight matches, but
the Bereans of this year will be more experienced and well coached and should compile a
good record. Lettermen returning from last year's team are Capt. Marvin Jones, Estill Jones
H. Walters and Noel Shutt.
Thanks to the new reservoir, the mermen did not have to fight a losing battle against a
diminishing water supply this year, and lost little time getting under way. U.K.'s dry land
team came to town and defeated our boys 45-29. Then on an extended trip, the Bereans lost
to Y.P.I. 65-10 and to Concord College 59-19. The Blue and White swimmers then pro-
ceeded to shellac Morehead twice 48-28 and 46-29. Their season's record consisted of two
wins and three losses. Representing Berea for the last time in intercollegiate competition
were David Headley and Walter Clarke.
Because of difficulty in scheduling meets for this gueling run, the Berea Harriers partici-
pated in only one meet this year. After a long period of intensive training the team entered
the Shamrock Athletic Club's Turkey Day race at Louisville. The Mountaineers kept up
the tradition of the distance runners of Berea by taking second place behind the team from
Butler University. The showing in this meet won letters for Rex Wesley, Coldiron, Adams,
Scherrer and Fred Wesley.
Intramural sports took a new turn this year. With the help of the Intramural Council, Coach
Gunkler initiated a new program. A record is to be kept of the showings of the various teams
throughout the year and small "B's" will be given to that team which has the smallest number
of points at the end of the year. This promises to be a very satisfactory program and is
thought to cause a great deal more interest in the intramural sports program.
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Hart, Baker, Duff, Nelon, Tatone, Tewell, Cawood.
Coach Gunkler, Gilreath, Blevins, Metcalf, Morrison, Allen, Coach Allen.
Howard, Watkins, Skeen, Sturgill, Peel
Cornett, Hall, Lockin, Wagers, Kilbourne, Porter
Coach Bays, Cottongin, Smith, Green, Davis, Sandlin, Coach Noll
McGuire, Fillmore, Whitaker, Harper, Cromer, Andrews, Bailey, R. Wesley, Stewart
Adams, Cloyd, Howsmon, Hurst, Hale, E. Jones, J. Walters, R. Clark
M. Jones, Spradlin, Maltby, G. Wesley, Shuler, H. Walters, Bays, Moore
Welch, Greene, Mullins, Easterly, Pilson, B. Clark
Walters, E. Jones, Greene, Loveday, M. Jones, Coach Evans
Fryo, Coldiron, R. Wesley, Kil-
bourne, Adams, F. Wesley, Head-
ley, Grimwood, Scherrer
Noble, Heatherly, Bowen, Flan-
nery, Wooton, Elam, McNeal, Ed-
wards, Lufburrow, Haun, Dough-
erty, Davis, Fleming, Jacobs, Coach
Clark, Blevins, Worley, Porter,
Turner, Legare, Nelon, Bradley,
Harbour, Gunter, Coach Eaton.
Paris, Bandy, Bilotta, Lewis,
Creech, R. Gibson, W. Gibson, C.
Hurst, Kilbourne, Caleb Hurst,
Howsmon (coach). Peel, Henson,
Guarch, Burton, Bent, Clark, York,
Hinkel, Hodges, E. Hurst (coach),
Helton, Coleman, Hows-
mon, Hulburt, Adams,
Cornett, Whitaker, Hurst,
Paseur, Cold iron, Bales,
Kil bourne, Mills, Coach
Clark, Runnels, Scherrer,
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C H I M E s ;
Thomas, Headley, Cloyd, McGuire
Spradlin, Wesley, Schultz, Metcalf
Dickerson, Clarke, Hicks, Maltby,
Clark, Cundiff, Spurlock, Dye,
Norman, Gabbard, Collins, Abney,
Dawes, Davis, May, Dennis, Raw-
lings, Adams, Ward, Blackburn,
Hill, Saeger, Few, Nelon, Swearen-
gin, Bowen, Gilreath, Luster, Rick-
Morrison, Hamilton, Baker, Dawes,
Cadell, Stewart, Beverly, Harbour.
Nickels, Perry, Robin, Brenda, Meredith, Lavender, Moore
Rice, McKinstry, Scott, Vandiver, Douglass, Roberts, Shepard
Brannon, Wilson, Lavender, Dodd, Kazee
Cook. Steinorth, Bennett, Puckett, Larew
Hill, Bussing, Coffey, Miller, San-
Mantooth, Little, Robinson, Propps,
Combs, Scott, Pilson, Rice, Bailey,
Keen, Yambor, Tomlin, Headley,
Pennington, Ernest, Gilliam, Pot-
ter, Hahn, Fisher
Lankford, Fox, Noss, Bennett,
Gilliam, Pridemore, Bowling, Jones,
Moore, Beatty, Elliott, Creech,
To the Senior Class and Student
Body we wish to express our
thanks for your Patronage,
Good Will, and Patience through-
out the past year.
The Ogg Studio
50 years of photography in Berea
SHINNY'S COLLEGE INN
"Best Coffee In Town"
Sandwiches & Short Orders
BEREA DRY CLEANERS
E. L. Edwards, Prop.
Cleaning — Pressing — Tailoring
Special Attention to Student
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Best Wishes For The Class of 1941
Davidson Brothers & Co,
Faculty and Students
We Appreciate Your Patronage
PORTER-MOORE DRUG CO.
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A complete furniture store where discriminating
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Mattresses — Pillows — Box-Springs — Living Room Suites — Studio Couches
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WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Bakery and Candy Kitchen Workers
The Berea College
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standard of health and
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Best Wishes From ,
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And may the years ahead all bring
The best in life to each of you;
With joy, good luck and happiness
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foods, a distinctive service on a com-
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packed in this institutional size con-
Home recipe pickles, relishes and
conserves from Sexton Sunshine
Kitchens — delicious and appetizing.
Carefully selected coffees — blends
resulting from years of careful study
— roasted fresh daily at Chicago and
A selection of your needs from the
largest inventory ever assembled for
the particular needs of those who
feed many people each d?.y.
Edelweiss Quality Foods
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Porcell Cups Drinking Cups
Chop Holders Skewers
Ramekins Baking Cups
Shelf Papers Lining Paper
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SURGICAL — HOSPITAL
Wheel Chairs Fracture Beds
Surgical Garments Trusses
IS West 7th St.
SNOW BALL YARNS
STE1NBERGER BROS., Inc.
10 West 33rd Street
New York City
Converters of Worsted,
Angora and Rayon Yarns
for Lland Knitting.
COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES FROM
Cotlell Construction Company
Hughes Fawcett Inc.
115 Franklin St., New York,
ELEVATOR AND MILL CO.
MT. VERNON, OHIO
GULF REFINING CO.
Our sincere appreciation for the many
years of pleasant associations we have en-
joyed as suppliers of Boxes for Berea
Beaten Biscuits and other Bakery Pro-
The GARDNER-RICHARDSON Co.
Manufacturers of Folding
Cartons — and Displays
Congratulations to the Graduation Class
Lee Clay Products Co.
Septic Tanks Architectural Chimney Tops
Sale Glazed Sewer Pipe Fire Brick and Grate Backs
I ire Clay Flue Linings
Agricultural Drain Tile
Your Farm Department Uses Our Drain Tiles and Sewer Pipe
CLEARFIELD ROWAN COUNTY KENTUCKY
THE |ENNER COMPANY
WISE I URNACES
For satisfactory home
"WISE PEOPLE BUY/
"WTStlA Seating see your near-
est dealer or write to
THE WISE FURNACE CO.
RICHMOND BAKING COMPANY
This Issue Of The 1941 Chimes Is Bound In A
KIM.Sklt Al 1 COVER
Produced Exclusively By Kingskraft Division
Kingsport Press Inc.
TEA & COFFEE
CRACKER 1ACK &
P. D. Q. FEEDS
Give "Cracker Jack" Results "P.D.Q."
FERNCLIFF FEED & GRAIN CO.
Louisville, Ky. Ask Your Dealer
J Compliments of
A. M. SAUNDERS
KEYSTONE BRUSH CO.,
Sanitary and Institutional Supplies
3 3-35 Spruce Street
New York, New York
Juneman Tennis and Badminton Gut
Strings are Especially Prepared to Re-
main Tight in the Racket Regardless of
Atmospheric Conditions. Used and En-
dorsed by Champions.
THE E. P. JUNEMAN
1100 West 47th Place Chicago, Illinois
We are Headquarters
Mahogany — White Pine — Cherry
Birch — Poplar — Red Gum — Maple
White Oak — Red Oak — Magnolia
Kiln Dried Stock For Immediate Service
We Will Appreciate Your Inquiries
Charles F. Shiels & Co.
Manufacturers of power plant equip-
ment, including steam turbines, turbine-
generators, engines, engine-generators,
RODDIS PANEL & DOOR
motors, de-aerators and feed-water heat-
ers, condensers, steam jet ejectors, de-
superheaters, strainers, tube cleaners, etc.
457 East 6th St.,
JEANNETTE, PA., RIDGWAY, PA.,
and SPRINGFIELD, OHIO
CLASSROOM COMFORT . . .
Correctly heated classrooms are com-
fortable, healthful classrooms. That's
why Trane Con vectors — the ideal com-
Food Products of Quality
bination of convected, radiant and panel
heat — are widely used throughout Amer-
Pickles, Preserves, Jams, Jellies
ican colleges and universities, just as
they are at Berea College. Trane Con-
vectors are a product of the manufac-
turer of the most complete line of heat-
and Fruit Butters
ing, cooling, and air conditioning equip-
ment commercially available.
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LUTZ & SCHRAMM INC.
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THE TRANE COMPANY
In Louisville: 201 Breslin Building
Telephone: Jackson 298 8
For KNITTING and WEAVING
for over thirty years
Ask for Sample Cards
CLIVEDEN YARN CO.
711 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold only through
Magnolia Meat Products
Emmart Packing Company
Is Sold At
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■ PAINTS-VARNISHES-ENAMEL>B£ |
FOR NEW LIFE
The College Store
AND NEW STYLE
SIMON ADES SONS CO.
IN YOUR HOME
BOSTON VARNISH CO.
Everett Sta. Boston, Mass.
Robert D. Wiley
754 & 756 McMillian St.
SOUTH KENTUCKY PIPE
; High grade refined petroleum
YELLOW PINE LUMBER
WESTCOTT, SLADE &
|i Wholesale & Retail
i Paint — Shellac — Putty
K S C
Made in Kentucky
With Kentucky Material
KENTUCKY STONE CO.,
J, 1616 Heyburn Bldg.
Route 2 Jackson, O.
Berea Cakes and Breads
BEREA COLLEGE BAKERY
Courtesy of a friend
JENNINGS MOTOR CO.
Oldsmobile and International
Sales and Service
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Rock Crystals and Etchings
THE CAMBRIDGE GLASS
ROCKWELL SILVER CO.
It's the Fit of Your Clothes
See Our Samples
In the College Store
Established Since 1905
As you ramble on thru life, brother.
No matter what your goal,
Keep your eye upon the donut —
And not upon the hole!
And if you're fond of donuts
That fill you full of jollity.
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